Camel in the Dunhuang desert
A camel is left to rest in the oasis of Dunhuang.
Park space at Shanghai's People's Square
The New China has roads and buildings of American dimensions.
Grasshopper in the Hutong of Beijing
Bird cages are a well-known accessory in old Chinese districts – but grasshoppers are another popular "pet" in Beijing's hutongs.
Yak at Karakul Lake
Among the few dwellers of the Karakul Lake valley are a number of yaks which are grazing at its shores.
Shanghai-based artist Chris Rayn explores urban transformation, the perennial change of nature and existential questions of the individual in one of the world's fastest-moving metropolises.
While drawing from the canvas of nature in authentic motives, his visual language is renowned for meticulous compositions, deep contrasts and rich colors.