44 images of daily life for Chinese children

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A glimpse of daily life for children in contemporary China.

44 images to quickly describe different ways of life and social environments: cities, suburbs, countryside, degraded areas, games, disappointments.

Pictures by Paul Banks, Alessandro De Toni, Johannes Baumgartner, Dominique Musorrafiti, Matteo Damiani, using different styles and techniques (analog, digital, Lomo, expired films, hdr, b&w, etc.).

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Autori: Dominique Musorrafiti, Matteo Damiani, Johannes Baumgartner, Alessandro De Toni e Paul Banks

 

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