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A Floating Population: Chinatown Photographs by Annie Ling at MOCA

Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)

A Floating Population: Chinatown Photographs by Annie Ling

December 13, 2013 – April 13, 2014

Museum of Chinese in America - MOCAIn A Floating Population, photographer Annie Ling uses her camera as an entry point to establish a deep connection with the people and spaces of Chinatown. Ling, who photographs for The New York Times, rejects the stereotypes and surface impressions that characterize so many images of the neighborhood. She spends time with those she photographs – immigrants and the elderly – both alone and with their families, photographing them with intimacy and complexity. MOCA will present three bodies of her work: “81 Bowery,” “Shut-Ins,” and “Tenements.”

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