Tiananmen Square. For centuries it was a symbol of imperial power--afterwards, it became a symbol of state power. This work reflects the development of China over several decades through the perspective of individuals. China's transformation rests in the transformation of its people. Nearly every fortunate Chinese person has come to Beijing, the capital of China, worn their most dignified clothes, and in front of Tiananmen, this unchanging, especially significant background, taken a picture. Through this action and through these photographs we can clearly see the transformation of the Chinese person through the past several decades. There is no need to look at the country, its history is written on the faces of its pilgrims to Tiananmen.
Size: A 600 x 150 cm / Edition: 4
B 480 x 120 cm / Edition: 6
C 240 x 60 cm / Edition: 8