The Lianzhou Museum of Photography Grand Opening



On December 2, The Lianzhou Museum of Photography, China’s first publicly-funded, contemporary photography museum, will open its doors to the public hosting a collection of Chinese and international photography. The museum opening will be inaugurated with four exhibitions: Zhang Hai’er’s series Bad Girls featuring portraits of half-undressed prostitutes, socialites and ordinary women staring provocatively; Albert Watson’s China series of Beijing in 1979, expressing his interest in the everyday man; Zhuang Hui’s Qilian Range series, taken between 2014 and 2016 from his trips to the Qilian Mountains; and the series There Should Have Been Roses by French photographer Baptiste Rabichon, winner of Residency BMW Art and Culture Award, 2017.