The Museum of Photography in Lianzhou, China, presents in its inaugural program the work of Chinese photographer Zhang Hui. As a result of his roots in the Chinese society, Zhang Hui’s work focused on social issues very early on. One and Thirty, Group Photos, Public Bathhouse, or Yumen Project: these projects are all reflections on the lives of the underprivileged...
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