The gallery presents a solo show by Chinese photographer Ren Hang whose work deals directly with queerness and sexuality, the interaction of female and male bodies, and a natural world shifting under the influence of human civilization. In these new works from 2014, Hang, who frequently explores how natural objects relate to the body, examines the formal situations that emerge between the two, focusing in particular on the complex optics of camouflage as both the human and natural world as they vanish into one another.
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