Han Bing: Reversed Dreamscapes

25 September- 20 December 2013 This duality of Chinese economic development plays a crucial role in Han Bing’s conceptual photographic series ‘Urban Amber’. The artist creates exquisite landscapes where the image of modern China is ambiguously reflected within resplendent and polluted fragments of urban transformation.
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Coiled Dragon Pillars: Urban Amber 2007  100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print

Coiled Dragon Pillars: Urban Amber 2007 100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print

Polluted Veil of Lace: Urban Amber 2005  100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print

Polluted Veil of Lace: Urban Amber 2005 100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print

Red Flags Flying on Skylines Cranes: Urban Amber 2005  100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print

Red Flags Flying on Skylines Cranes: Urban Amber 2005 100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print

The Stars Light Our Way:Urban Amber 2005  100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print Beijing

The Stars Light Our Way:Urban Amber 2005 100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print Beijing

Plaza of Dionysus Bridge: Urban Amber 2005  100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print

Plaza of Dionysus Bridge: Urban Amber 2005 100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print

East Wind II: Urban Amber 2005  100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print

East Wind II: Urban Amber 2005 100x150cm, 60x90cm C-Print

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