While traveling along the Yellow River, Zhang Kechun is not interested in travel photography or in celebrating the ‘‘ River Mother of Chinese civilization’’. Instead, he has produced soft images with a large format camera, to evoke the excesses of nature compared with almost microscopic human beings, always lost in the immensity –whether they are near an abandoned head of Buddha, or in front of monumental constructions.
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