Featuring: Chen Ronghui, Cheng Xinhao, Du Zi, Jiao Dongzi, Wang Dansui
In 1978, after two decades of a crippled economy, China announced a new policy of “Reform and Opening Up.” This policy brought on an economic miracle and drastically altered the country’s landscape, culture, and people. Since then, “change” became synonymous with China.
From the surprising fate of China’s shrinking cities, to the quiet resilience of young migrant women, this exhibition features long-term projects by Chinese visual storytellers, who examine a country that is constantly adapting and redefining itself.
The Lishui Photography Festival is a biannual photo festival in the city of Lishui in southeastern China. Founded in 2004, the festival offers an ambitious program, featuring works of more than 100 Chinese and international photographers, showcased in over 300 exhibitions. It has become one of the most important Chinese photography festivals.
Documenting China, Stories of Change
Featuring: Various ArtistsView Location Details Number 1 on the official photoville map Click to download this year's map Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
1 Water St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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