Luo Yongjin


Chinese, b. 1960; lives and works in Shanghai, China


Initially inspired by Henri Cartier-Bresson’s 1952 book The Decisive Moment, Luo Yongjin began his career as a portrait photographer capturing ephemeral moments of his artist friends’ lives in their studios. He later shifted to photographing architecture, focusing on residential structures built in different eras by citizens of varying social classes in China, for instance, the proletarian communities Luoyang and the upper echelons of the nouveaux riche in Hangzhou.

Artworks by Luo Yongjin

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