This project draws on photography taken along the mythic silk road during extensive travel, mostly on land (more than 13 000 km), beginning in Shanghai and taking us through numerous cities, historical sites, landmarks and territories in China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, eastern Azerbaijan, Germany, Russia and Byelorussia. This long and memorable voyage resulted in a vast body of photography that attempts to accurately express the confluence of space, time and existence observed all along the extraordinary land and cityscapes that we traversed. Our itinerary, which purposely overlapped with some of the routes taken by Marco Polo and Baron Von Richthofen, revealed […]
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