While the term "contemporary photography" may be used widely across the world, its definitions vary from one country to another. In some Western Museums, it's defined based on certain historical events (post-WWII period, for example), whereas researchers determine its definition by looking at the development of technology and the concept of this visual form. In China, however, "contemporary photography" has a specific starting point: 1976. Interested in how this particular art has developed in China for the past 40 plus years? Then you wouldn't want to miss out on this one!