REVIEW: Wang Guofeng's "News" @ De Sarthe Gallery

Dec 18, 2013 8:01AM

Who are they? What happened here? The bold type that stretches across 16 large black-and-white photographs read like questions from a crime investigation scene. Though blurred, certain iconic political structures and figures, such as Tiananmen Square and Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, are easily made out—the most topical of the bunch, whistleblower Edward Snowden, is betrayed by the strange emphasis on the stubble on his chin.


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