Until October 20, the Galerie Madga Danysz in Shanghai will be presenting the latest work of Yang Yongliang (b. 1980 in Shanghai), the young prodigy of Chinese digital photography. The exhibition, entitled Moonlight, is the largest yet devoted to the artist, and features photographs, installations, videos and light boxes.
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