23.01.15 by Jeff

An Rong Xu

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A selection of black and white photos from “Grandpa”, a series by New York-based photographer An Rong Xu. More images below.

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • you have a sensitive eye. beautifully captured

  • love these, simply beautiful

  • A sensitive eye indeed. An Rong not only succeeds at capturing the beautiful intimacy and history of his family, but also offers a power visual contribution to the larger cultural narrative of the Chinese American experience, one that was instrumental in shaping the culture of New York City and beyond.

  • A sensitive eye indeed. An Rong not only succeeds at capturing the beautiful intimacy and history of his family, but also offers a power visual contribution to the larger cultural narrative of the Chinese American experience, one that was instrumental in shaping the culture of New York City and beyond.

  • A sensitive eye indeed. An Rong not only succeeds at capturing the beautiful intimacy and history of his family, but also offers a power visual contribution to the larger cultural narrative of the Chinese American experience, one that was instrumental in shaping the culture of New York City and beyond.

  • A sensitive eye indeed. An Rong not only succeeds at capturing the beautiful intimacy and history of his family, but also offers a power visual contribution to the larger cultural narrative of the Chinese American experience, one that was instrumental in shaping the culture of New York City and beyond.

  • Guest

    I usually prefer black and white photos, they have the power of attracting me. This selection also attracted me, very strongly! Can’t take my eyes off Grandpa’s wrinkles.

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    chino viejo jajajaa





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