“Pollution in China”

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Lu Guang, The sewage plant of the Fluorine Industrial Park discharges its untreated waste into the riverbed of the Yangtze River through a 1500 meter-long pipeline, Changshu City, Jiangsu Province, “Pollution in China,” June 11, 2009 (2012.14.3)

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Lu Guang, The fields along the Yangtze River are polluted by sewage from the factories of the Maanshan Industrial Park, Anhui Province, “Pollution in China,” June 26, 2009 (2012.14.2)

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Lu Guang, Massive water wastes flow into the Yellow River from the Lasengmiao Industrial District in Inner Mongolia, “Pollution in China,” July 26, 2005 (2012.14.5)

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Lu Guang, High dissipation and pollution rates in the Hainan Industrial District of Wuhai City, Inner Mongolia, “Pollution in China,” March 18, 2008 (2012.14.9)

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Lu Guang, Fumes and dust are everywhere in the Hubin Industrial District, near Shizuishan City, Ningxia, “Pollution in China,” (2012.14.1)

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Lu Guang, The Tianjin Steel Plant is a highly polluting enterprise that is deeply affecting the lives of the local residents, She County [Shexian], Hebei Province, “Pollution in China,” March 18, 2008 (2012.14.7)

Lu Guang was awarded the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography in 2009.

You can read an interview with the photographer about his work here.

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