Gallery: Unbelievable Stacks of Chinese Goods Piled High on Bikes

 
Bertho also says, "Far from a hymn to materialism, these images, putting forward the overabundance of the objects, tend to the absurd and let catch a glimpse of the complexity of a country reinventing itself. Between dream and reality, these pictures turn upside down the scales of values and blur the border between the visible and the invisible."

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  1. Audrey Girard September 22, 2013 at 8:38 pm

    Altered realistic photography is not cool. There is a thin line between art and journalism and this, in my opinion, sends the wrong information. The augmented and beautified reality should be clear to the viewer, not in a small caption underneath. Nice images otherwise.

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