See some of Ren Hang’s last works in Paris showcase this Sunday
For one day only, an exhibition featuring the late Chinese photographer Ren Hang’s work with Totem Collective will be held at Boon Paris
On 24 February, the world lost an art and photography visionary in Ren Hang. Only 30 when he passed, Ren was known for his provocative photos and poetry—where his depictions of nudity were not so much sexual, but striking and beautiful.
One of Ren Hang's last works was Bao, a lookbook shot at the very end of 2016 with Totem Collective. It was for a new bag called TOTE01, and Ren photographed a series of images over a course of a day in Beijing for the project. As a tribute to his legacy, and to share his vision and unique sense of beauty with more of the world, Totem Collective will be holding an exhibition at Boon Paris, showcasing unreleased photos from the collaborative Bao photobook.
The Totem Collective x Ren Hang showcase will be held at Boon, 9 Rue de Lesdiguières, 75004, Paris from 3-8pm this Sunday, 5 March 2017. RSVP at this link for entry.