The 2017 edition of the Lianzhou Photo Festival, held from December 2, 2017 to January 2, 2018, mainly focused on the selfie and looked at how social networks have changed photography. Among the works presented were Huang Guaier’s images of the world who question the indistinct border between virtuality and reality; Jiang Zhenqing’s humanistic project on Tibetan people; Kurt Tong’s series on Mak Ngan Yuk, an eighty seven year old woman who was his nanny and worked for his family for nearly 40 years; and He Bo’s images about the French terrorist attacks. Lianzhou Festival 2017 December...
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