Talk of the Day: Pioneer in Chinese 'humanistic photography'
In 1979, not long after China's Cultural Revolution ended, a group of young Chinese photographers formed a professional association and held a joint exhibition in which they declared the beauty of the photographic art lies in the rhythms of nature, in the reality of society and in the pleasantry of daily life.
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