Marc Riboud‘s Hundred Flowers an exhibition of 40 gelatin silver prints of Marc’s first visit to China in 1957, just when Chairman Mao launched the Hundred Flowers Movement. Half of the selected images are unpublished or rarely exhibited before. A remarkable discovery, including the last portrait of painter Qi Baishi by Marc Riboud. The exhibition lasts from July 13th to November 30th 2013.
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