The revelation of early 2014, Ren Hang is a provocative young Chinese “photographer and poet” who explores the possibilities of the body with an uninhibited sexuality and a playful, stylized shamelessness. Condemned by the Chinese intelligentsia, his work has garnered international acclaim at exhibitions around the world. In 2010, he received the Terna Prize for Contemporary Art.
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