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'Coal + Ice' Exhibit Opens in Beijing

BEIJING, September 24, 2011 — The documentary photography exhibition Coal + Ice opens at Three Shadows Photography Art Centre. Featuring the work of 30 photographers from China, the U.S., Canada, Malaysia, Russia, Hungary, Poland, Norway, Italy, Germany and the United Kingdom, Coal + Ice visually narrates the hidden chain of actions triggered by mankind’s use of coal. (2 min., 43 sec.).

Visit the exhibition website.

Read the New York Times article "Beijing Gallery Puts a Focus on Global Warming".


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