In Chen Wei, Falling Light (2015), Beijing-based Chen creates miniature replicas of nameless street corners in his studio and then photographs them under dramatic lighting.In Chen Wei, Falling Light (2015), Beijing-based Chen creates miniature replicas of nameless street corners in his studio and then photographs them under dramatic lighting.
In Chen Wei, Falling Light (2015), Beijing-based Chen creates miniature replicas of nameless street corners in his studio and then photographs them under dramatic lighting.

Artists in Hong Kong-inspired show seek beauty in dystopian cityscapes

Brilliant City, the David Zwirner gallery’s first exhibition in Asia to feature Asian artists, shows the variety of ways artists react to their home cities or places they know

Topic |   Art
In Chen Wei, Falling Light (2015), Beijing-based Chen creates miniature replicas of nameless street corners in his studio and then photographs them under dramatic lighting.In Chen Wei, Falling Light (2015), Beijing-based Chen creates miniature replicas of nameless street corners in his studio and then photographs them under dramatic lighting.
In Chen Wei, Falling Light (2015), Beijing-based Chen creates miniature replicas of nameless street corners in his studio and then photographs them under dramatic lighting.
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