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LRCCS Photo Contest

PULSE: Picturing China in Motion

"Spirit of 798" by Brittlyn Tyler, was an entry in BOLD, the 2014 LRCCS photo contest. About her entry, Brittlyn wrote, "Looking down an alley in the 798 artist district, my eyes immediately focused on the angry, familiar face of a red solider. This series of caricature statues, especially the leader of the line, captures the rebellious spirit of the contemporary Chinese artist."

What is the pulse of China today?

Over the last few decades the economic profile, cultural identity, and politics of greater China have undergone profound change in what can seem to be a clash of the new and the traditional. How do people show happiness, frustration, wonder or surprise?

The PULSE Photo Exhibit will take place from Nov. 6-30, 2017 in Room 555 Weiser Hall, 500 Church Street. The gallery space will be open from 8am-5pm Monday-Friday.

Check out the 2017 contest entries.

Previous Photo Contest Entries