May 23, 2017 | By Carla Buzasi
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Chinese artist Liu Bolin is known as “The Invisible Photographer, ” and with good reason. From now until March 10th, head to Galerie Paris-Beijing to check out his most recent exhibition. This innovative artist seeks to make a statement against urban development by camouflaging himself against a variety of backgrounds, from a display of stuffed panda bears to a bus stop advertisement. Directing a team of artists who work from photographs of the backgrounds, Bolin paints himself to blend in perfectly with his surroundings, for an amazing finished product you’d swear had been digitally altered. xx Ashley Churchill
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Photos Courtesy of Liu Bolin & Galerie Paris-Beijing
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