French photographer Jean-Marc Le Gall uses photographs to weave a short story about his experience in China.
Taken during four voyages between 2004 and 2010, Le Gall’s black-and-white images of the interior of China show rural places on the cusp of modernity, where the grind of technology has yet to face-off with the locals’ traditional ways. Without overexplaining, Le Gall connects glimpses caught of strangers’ lives – turmoil as well as leisure – and forms a non-obtrusive portrait of the inner workings of the world’s second strongest economy.
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- 180 × 150 mm
- 56 pages, 38 images
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