The individual ceases to exist in Liu Bolin’s Hiding in the City series. TOP TO BOTTOM, Hiding in the City © Liu Bolin China is now in a paradox of adopting capitalist values and economic dreams which exist within an.
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Giving true meaning to the act of getting lost in one’s work is Chinese artist ‘The Invisible Man’ Liu Bolin. In an astonishing series of new, unseen image
Chinese artist Liu Bolin, centre, is helped by his colleagues to blend into rows of drinks in his artwork entitled Plasticizer, to express his speechlessness at use of plasticizer in food additives, in his studio in Beijing.
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The Invisible Man: Liu Bolin covers himself with paint to blend into his backgrounds.
Almost Invisible - Chinese bodypainter in action
「Family Photo」 Liu Bolin: 「hiding in the city」 Galerie Paris-Beijing
A series of photographs by Chinese artist Liu Bolin are piquing the curiousity of web surfers this afternoon. Bolin’s “Camouflage” series shows the artist blending into a variety of .
liu bolin camouflages himself in a colorful world at klein sun gallery