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China: Insights. New Photography from the People's Republic

October 9, 2010 - January 2, 2011

Yu Hai Bo, Untitled, 2007, photograph (Epson color print), 13 3/8 x 20 in.
This exhibition brings together the work of seven photographers from mainland China, each of whom have undertaken the creation of a long-term documentation of one or more aspects of Chinese culture that he or she feels reflects something new about China now—whether that is something emerging or something vanishing.  Their themes include rural Catholicism, matrilineal culture in an agrarian setting, the population shift from country to city, prostitution, gender and identity, typologies of urban citizenry, and the emergence of a thriving pop/club scene as an index of internationalization.

Produced by the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography, Minneapolis Minnesota, with production assistance from the Flying Dragon Cultural Enterprises, Ltd, Hong Kong. Curated by A. D. Coleman and Gu Zheng.

China: Insights is sponsored by Rockwell Collins, Bradley & Riley PC, and the Momentum Fund of The Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation.

For more information about this exhibition, please visit the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography website.

The China: Insights. New Photography from the People’s Republic lecture series is supported in part by a grant from Humanities Iowa and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Please visit our Calendar of Events for all related programming.


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