26 December 2003 WPP: Mao Zedong’s 110th birthday was marked on 26 December 2003. Villagers in his hometown of Shaoshan, Xiangtan, Hunan province, dressed in traditional Chinese costume to commemorate and bow to him. This is one of winning photographs from the 2012′ World Press Photo. See more: World Press Photo winner: The Return of the Native, Mao Zedong Remembered
Zhuang Xueben, The front cover of “Xikang special issue” of The Young Companion , 1942.
Duane Michals, Things are Queer, 1973. Read the post for more photos from the series. From the book: Duane Michals, Things are Queer. (Cologne: Edition Anne & Jürgen Wilde, 1973).
I have collected a list of websites about Chinese photography, primarily focusing on the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Some websites are in Chinese. I apologise for the inconvenience. If you know any website that is not listed in here, please let me know. I will really appreciate your help.
These photographs were selected from Ren Shulin’s The Innocent in 80, which focuses on teenagers in Chinese middle and high schools in Beijing during the 1980s. Ren started to take photographs since 1976 and became a member of the April Photography Society. He belonged to a generation that grew up during the Cultural Revolution.
Did Japanese Military control the “朝日画报”? アサヒグラフ 朝日画报, NO.19, 1943
Arno Rafael Minkkinen – Water and Sky: Arno Rafael, Ponds, Hands, Self MAN AND WOMEN, NO. 8, 1960, EIKOH HOSOE