Although we live in a world saturated with digital images, the Chinese photographer Adou has responded to this paradigm shift by demonstrating the splendors of film photography. Conscious of the effect this phenomenon has had on many Chinese photographers, the M97 Gallery in Shanghai gave Adou his first solo exhibition, unveiling works from his latest series, Adou (2009-2011).
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