Bruno Barbey Burgan oil fields burning. Kuwait. 1991. © Bruno Barbey | Magnum Photos
Bruno Barbey Moulay Ismael Mausoleum (Muslim shrine). Meknes, Morocco. 1985. © Bruno Barbey | Magnum Photos
Bruno Barbey The Amazon river. Leticia, Amazonas, Brazil. 1966. © Bruno Barbey | Magnum Photos
Bruno Barbey A boy plays in the Riviere of Galets. Reunion. 1991. © Bruno Barbey | Magnum Photos
Bruno Barbey Village of Maadid, near Erfoud. Morocco. 2002. © Bruno Barbey | Magnum Photos
Bruno Barbey The Amazon river. Amazonas. Belem, Brazil. 1966. © Bruno Barbey | Magnum Photos
Bruno Barbey Homeless seeks shelter on a sidewalk. Mumbai, India. 1980. © Bruno Barbey | Magnum Photos
Bruno Barbey On the Bosphorus Bridge, a woman passing on the bridge during the Eurasia Marathon. Istanbul, Turkey. 2009. © Bruno Barbey | Magnum Photos

Bruno Barbey’s seminal images have long asserted his place in the history of photojournalism. Now, his career-spanning retrospective Passages will be shown at Shenzhen Art Museum, China. The exhibition will feature a selection of photographs from the past few decades, each displaying Bruno’s unique poetic vision, at once both delicate and unabated.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a Chinese language version of Barbey’s iconic book Passages, written by Barbey and Carole Naggar, with a preface by Jean-Luc Monterosso. The Chinese version is translated by Xu Feng.