Soul of a Country in China Old and New by Stephen Wilkes

Without a doubt, China is a country of contrasts, and that’s precisely the subject matter of the series China Old and New by Stephen Wilkes. The fine art photographer has managed to successfully captured both the country’s lavish landscapes, the ruins of its communism, and the consequences of its explosive economic progress of recent years. Somewhere in between the green mountains, clear lakes, abandoned factories, and brand new skyscrapers, lies the very soul of one of the world’s biggest countries. Now, the photographer is no beginner or amateur either. The Bio on his personal website states that “for more than two decades Stephen Wilkes has been widely recognized for his fine art and commercial photography. With numerous awards and honors, as well as five major exhibitions in the last five years Wilkes has left an impression on the world of photography. Over the years, Wilkes’ photographs can be found in magazines such as Vanity Fair, Sports Illustrated, Time, Life Magazine, and The New York Times Magazine.”




















Source: StephenWilkes.com

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