The photographs taken by the French Solange Brand offer an informal view in color or China’s Cultural Revolution.
Member of the prestigious international cooperative Magnum Photos, Lu Nan turns his camera onto marginalized people in contemporary China.
Banker and amateur photographer in early twentieth-century China, Luo Bonian created pictures, whose inspiration was drawn from both domestic and Western aesthetics.
A pioneer war photographer, Felice Beato recorded the aftermath of the Second Opium War (1856-1860) amongst other subject matter in China.
Chen Man’s artworks demonstrate the blurred boundaries between fashion photography and so-called artistic photography.
The French Consul-General Auguste François left us today over hundreds of photographs taken across China between the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
For most of his working years Yang Yongliang has undertaken a kind of urban archaeology by creating unsettling photographs, in which utopia and dystopia intertwine with one another.
Created by the French photographer Eric Leleu, the series "Subtitles" (re)invents the story of hengfu (橫幅), the famous red Chinese banners bearing powerful messages.
Lai Afong 赖阿芳 and his studio in 19th century China created one of rare surviving body of photographs that have survived to us.
Thomas Sauvin collects and salvages the abandoned negatives from a recycling area north of Beijing. By doing so, he saves and reinvents a recent and nearly-forgotten past.