At 7 pm every evening, hundreds of villagers in Zhondian, China, come out to dance. There are children and elders, merchants and police officers, all engaged in a ritual of movement and energy, celebrating life, family, and friendship.
Nancy Lew Lee
My art reflects my culture and environments. I was born in China, grew up in Brooklyn and worked in my studios in Tribeca and Soho. I now live on a mountaintop in upstate New York. My work is sometimes architectural, sometimes organic and flowing.... » read more