Lu Guang

Orville Schell: China’s Boom: The Dark Side in Photos

Orville Schell writes about the work of award-winning photographer Lu Guang on the New York Review of Books blog: Everything you see in Lu’s photographs—whether desolate mines, gritty plants spewing out toxic smoke, grimy...

Photos: Infernal Landscapes

The New York Times’ Lens Blog showcases Lu Guang’s photography. Lu has just won the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography for his photojournalism project, “Pollution in China.” (H/T Danwei) “Because China’s...



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