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Saturday, March 9, 2013

Traditional Landscapes in China?




Nope!  ". Lu’s images are easily mistaken for the 10th-century Chinese landscape paintings they imitate: Foggy hill tops are framed in traditional shapes and marked with the distinctive “chop marks” that note the subject and artist."

"A closer look, though, reveals that the landscapes Lu photographs are actually trash heaps, covered with a fine green netting required by the Chinese government."  Full Story

1 comment:

  1. whoa really, i still can't tell even though i know

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