Award-winning photographer Ian Teh’s latest work, TRACES: dark clouds is currently on display at Harvard’s Fairbank Center as part of our Environment in Asia series. The exhibition runs from January 15, 2017 to February 15, 2017, with a special presentation by the photographer at the Fairbank Center on January 30, 2017 at 4pm.
The photographs, part of an ongoing project to capture “otherworldly scenes of the Chinese industrial hinterland” as part of a story of environmental exploitation and material desires, are on display simultaneously at the Fairbank Center and Boston College.
In partnership with the Center’s Environment in Asia series, Ian Teh will present a keynote speech at the New England Association for Asian Studies conference at Boston College from January 28-29, 2017, and then speak about TRACES: dark clouds at the Fairbank Center on Monday, January 30, with an introduction by Professor Karen Thornber.
View the photographs on display at the exhibition, and read the photographer’s stories behind the photography series on our blog.