The 5000km non-stop train between Beijing and Lhasa began service in 2006, opening Tibet to the world, for better or for worse. Beijing to Lhasa 2007 covers the full geographic and experiential breadth of contemporary China, as I experienced it from a single seated position June 4-6, 2007. The train itself remains a constant referent in the imagery, as a framing device, as a reflected view, or as visible infrastructure. Both within the train and without, this sequence of images reveals the conflicts and compromises that characterize China’s continual state of change.
All of the images are from 2007 and are available as a 12” x 18” chromogenic prints. Further images available, please inquire.