Bold colors bring vibrancy to arts and visual media; bold shapes resonate in the soaring architecture of social spaces; bold actions stimulate change and controversy in society and politics. To be BOLD is to take risks and to catch the attention of others.
Where in China have you encountered a bold sensibility? How has that encounter affected your cultural experience as you worked or traveled in China?
Those are the questions we asked in 2014. The answers are above!
The BOLDest photos of 2014
We are delighted to announce the winners of the BOLD Photo Contest 2014!
Brittlyn Tyler: Without Hesitation
Ryan Etzcorn: Dragon Dance
Allie Chase: The Path Less Traveled
- Riley Roche: Perch with a View
- Olivia Meadow: Remembrance
- Xiaobing Tang: View from the Huanyan Buddhist Monastery
- Evelyn Ventola: Shapes, Color, Action
- BOLD in Belief
Xiaobing Tang: Yungang Buddhist Grottoes
- BOLD and Iconic
Olivia Meadow: Great Wall
Britney Rupley: Knock
Emily Wilcox: Mountain as Stage
- BOLD in Motion
Riley Roche: Wind Horses
- BOLD in Consumerism
Rezvan Rasouli: 2
- BOLD in Contrast
Britney Rupley: Looking Towards the Future
- BOLD in Mountainscapes
Kristen Collins: Return from the Mountain Tops
Ryan Etzcorn: Sunset of the Li River