Photography exhibition at Tsinghua shows grandeur of nature

By Lin Qi | | Updated: 2021-08-25 10:14
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The lens of Huang Chengjiang captures the grandeur of nature, such as the fertile "black soil" of Beidahuang in Northeast China and the vast forest of Huyang trees that thrive on the Gobi desert. He also zooms in on the inconspicuous corners of the world in which small pieces of nature, such as a lotus flower or dove, persist in a quiet but impressive manner.

Infinity in Oneness, now running at the Tsinghua University Art Museum until Nov 7, shows more than 100 photos broken down into four themes: the Earth, tree, lotus and cape, looking back at Huang's endeavors throughout the decades.

Huang, hailing from Heilongjiang province, became interested in photography at 19. His early snapshots present the vast landscapes of the Northeast.

After moving to Beijing in the 1980s, he traveled more and broadened his vision, adding romantic and humanistic perspectives to his works in which he contemplates the meaning of life.

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