Look Twice: Chinese artist Liu Bolin camouflaged himself for a series of photos called Hiding in the City. They’re metaphors for government suppression of art, he says. Other scenes he’s painted himself into include the rubble of earthquakes in the countryside and a wall with text from The Communist Manifesto scrawled on it. From the February 2013 issue of Reader’s Digest, available digitally now.
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