An exhibition in Paris showcases the work of a Chinese photographer whose career was meteoric, and tragically brief.
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The world’s largest photography show features works that go far beyond traditional two-dimensional prints. Some were even made without a camera.
When she died in 1926, Mathilde de Rothschild bequeathed a strange collection to a Paris museum. The grisly artifacts have now been given their own show.
Artists from China, France, Poland, Switzerland and Turkey talk about the work they are exhibiting at the influential show in France.