Liu Bolin is an artist who hides in the city.
"Some people call me the invisible man, but for me it’s what is not seen in a picture which is really what tells the story…
I wanted to photograph the reality of scenes of China’s development today…
My work is a kind of reminder, to remind people what the community we live in really looks like, and what kind of problems exist."
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