Three Shadows Photography Art Centre was founded in 2007 by the photographers RongRong and Inri as a space for the research, production, and display of contemporary Chinese and international photography. Part library, part darkroom, part exhibition hall, it was without precedent in China. Since then, Three Shadows has developed an international reputation as China's premiere institution for contemporary photography and collaborated with a growing number of local and international museums and cultural organizations. Over the last decade, it has hosted more than 90 academic exhibitions; organized over 120 activities, including forums, lectures and seminars; and built a photobook library with over 5,000 books and publications, the largest in China.
Caochangdi is a dynamic art zone home to numerous studios, galleries, and other art spaces. It also retains an authentic local feel and features excellent restaurants, street food, and family-run shops. It’s extremely close to the 798 Art District and is on the same end of town as Bejing Capital International Airport.
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