Ever feel that life since the 2008 financial crash is a big nothing? Zhang, who trained in Beijing and London and now lives in New York, recently traveled 10,000 miles throughout the U.S., photographing blank billboards. Her wall-hung and floor-scattered images evoke not just lost commercial vitality but the historical and psychological aspects of America’s wide open spaces.
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