The Museum of Photography in Lianzhou, China, presents in as his inaugural program the work of Chinese photographer Zhang Haier. Zhang Haier, who got international acclaim in the 1980s, is an important representative of modern Chinese photography. When his work entitled Girls first made an appearance within the Chinese photography circle, people were intrigued by these images that were quite different from most of the other works during that period. Before him, very few Chinese photographers documented and expressed femininity with such intensity and intimacy. In front of his camera, the female subjects have put down their usual guards to...
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