Tibet held a special place in the path and work of Gao Bo. It was in this country that the artist took his first photographs in the middle of the 1980s. For this Chinese man born in 1964, who witnessed the cultural revolution and its public executions in his childhood, Tibet was one of the rare possible travel destinations.
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