For nearly two months, Alain Jullien is bringing together the visions of Christopher Taylor and Luo Yongjin at the OFOTO Gallery in Shanghai. A world-renowned curator known for his work at the first international photography festival held in Lianzhou, and the International Photography Biennale at the Guangdong Museum of Art, Alain Jullien took advantage of the launch of the project Archive on Recent Past (A.R.P.) to ask two of gallery director Huan Yunhe’s favorite artists to explore the villages of Guizhou.
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