Strippers, prom and Bowie, to name a few.
« Luo Yang’s intimate understanding of one facet of everyday women in China’s modern society is evident in her “GIRLS” series, where she starts to peel off layers of the stereotypical to show the seemingly delicate but spirit-filled youth, ready to break free. » —Anna Mendoza, photo editor, BuzzFeed Australia
« As the election approaches, it’s fascinating to see the reactions of the world outside of the U.S. Here we see a business opportunity being pursued in a chinese factory, removed from politics. Who will choose to wear these masks; Trump supporters or opposers? One of Aly Song’s photos shows the mask being worn in what looks like a Halloween shop. » —Matthew Tucker, photo editor for BuzzFeed UK
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« Laura Morton has a smart, subtle look at how technology looks at its inception, and how the quest for new apps and new products feeds its own unique culture. » —Kate Bubacz, senior photo editor, BuzzFeed News
“Bowie Unseen” by Markus Klinko opened this week at Mr. Musichead Gallery in Los Angeles. Since mourning the loss of Bowie and his creative talent, it feels like we’ve seen every side to the man in the many retrospectives that have since circulated the media, so it’s refreshing to find something genuinely new. Klinko's outtakes from a 2002 photo shoot show the familiar slick style of the icon, along with his distinctive eye coloring, whilst revealing a fondness for wolves. » —MT