At the Seams
Building a Nation
Dreams of a New Dynasty
At the Center
Rising from the Ashes
Scratch Your Back
To Catch the Falling
Cutting into the Core
To the Nth Power
Meshing Past, Present and Future
Race for Space
Dawn of a New Day
Wow! Great job!
[…] will be exhibiting work from my series “Gai” at the Griffen Museum of Photography as part of the […]
Beautifully captured! But alas a real reminder of Beijing’s rapid growth …..
I enjoyed checking out your blog today and I will be back to check it more in the future so please keep up your good quality work. I love the colors that you chose, you are quite talented!
love the movement and composition of a “race for space”. the eye travels well throughout the image and doesn’t get stuck anywhere. i also love the contrast and balance between the focal point of the satellite and the structure of the bamboo scaffolding.
p.s. excellent choice and use of color!
[…] Gai […]
[…] Gai, qui veut dire construire ou transformer en chinois, explore les transformations physiques extrêmes de la Chine pendant qu’elle prend sa place dans le concert des nations. La Chine se construit (ou ne faudrait-il pas dire « se reconstruit »). Peikwen Cheng en documente la situation de manière active à travers un œil sensible à l’architecture, la composition, la construction et la structure. […]
[…] Gai, which means to build or to transform in Chinese, explores the dramatic physical transformation of China as it takes its place on the world’s stage. China is building itself (or should we say “rebuilding itself”). Peikwen Cheng is actively documenting this situation with an eye for architecture, composition, construction and structure. […]
Really great! It is now, it is here, it is us.
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