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ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQY
September 13, 2013
A participant removes red paint from her face, after artist Liu Bolin's latest project outside a theatre,...
Beijing, China
A participant removes red paint from her face, after artist Liu Bolin's latest project outside a theatre,...
A participant removes red paint from her face, after artist Liu Bolin's latest project outside a theatre, in Beijing, September 12, 2013.Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQW
September 13, 2013
A participant wears his costume before being painted, to make himself look exactly the same as the seats...
Beijing, China
A participant wears his costume before being painted, to make himself look exactly the same as the seats...
A participant wears his costume before being painted, to make himself look exactly the same as the seats in a theatre, for Liu Bolin's latest project in Beijing, September 12, 2013.Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQV
September 13, 2013
A participant is helped into her costume before being painted, to make herself look exactly the same...
Beijing, China
A participant is helped into her costume before being painted, to make herself look exactly the same...
A participant is helped into her costume before being painted, to make herself look exactly the same as the seats in a theatre, for Liu Bolin's latest project in Beijing, September 12, 2013.Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQT
September 13, 2013
A participant waits for the finishing touches to her makeup after she was painted, to make herself look...
Beijing, China
A participant waits for the finishing touches to her makeup after she was painted for Liu Bolin's latest...
A participant waits for the finishing touches to her makeup after she was painted, to make herself look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre, for Liu Bolin's latest project in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQS
September 13, 2013
Artist Liu Bolin and his assistant (L) inspect a picture during Liu's latest project, to make participants...
Beijing, China
Artist Liu Bolin and his assistant inspect a picture during Liu's latest project in Beijing
Artist Liu Bolin and his assistant (L) inspect a picture during Liu's latest project, to make participants look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre, in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQR
September 13, 2013
Artist Liu Bolin speaks to participants during his latest project in a theatre in Beijing, September...
Beijing, China
Artist Liu Bolin speaks to participants during his latest project in a theatre in Beijing
Artist Liu Bolin speaks to participants during his latest project in a theatre in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQQ
September 13, 2013
A painted participant is lit by two smart phones as an assistant inspects his makeup, after the he was...
Beijing, China
A painted participant is lit by two smart phones as an assistant inspects his makeup, after the he was...
A painted participant is lit by two smart phones as an assistant inspects his makeup, after the he was painted to look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre during artist Liu Bolin's latest project project, in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQO
September 13, 2013
A participant waits to be painted, to make herself look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre during...
Beijing, China
A participant waits to be painted, to make herself look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre during...
A participant waits to be painted, to make herself look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre during artist Liu Bolin's latest project ,in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQK
September 13, 2013
Artist Liu Bolin removes a face mask, that was painted to match the colours of a seat in a theatre, after...
Beijing, China
Artist Liu Bolin removes a face mask, that was painted to match the colours of a seat in a theatre, after...
Artist Liu Bolin removes a face mask, that was painted to match the colours of a seat in a theatre, after his latest project in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQB
September 13, 2013
Assistants paint participants and artist Liu Bolin (4th row, 2nd R) as part of a project to make them...
Beijing, China
Assistants paint participants and artist Liu Bolin as part of a project to make them look exactly the...
Assistants paint participants and artist Liu Bolin (4th row, 2nd R) as part of a project to make them look exactly the same as the seats in a theatre, in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQA
September 13, 2013
A participant is painted to make her look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre, during Liu Bolin's...
Beijing, China
A participant is painted to make her look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre, during Liu Bolin's...
A participant is painted to make her look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre, during Liu Bolin's new project, in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQ8
September 13, 2013
A participant is painted to make her look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre, during Liu Bolin's...
Beijing, China
A participant is painted to make her look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre, during Liu Bolin's...
A participant is painted to make her look exactly the same as the seats of a theatre, during Liu Bolin's new project, in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQ5
September 13, 2013
A painted participant sleeps in a red seat during Liu Bolin's new project in Beijing, September 12, 2013....
Beijing, China
A painted participant sleeps in a red seat during Liu Bolin's new project in Beijing
A painted participant sleeps in a red seat during Liu Bolin's new project in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JQ1
September 13, 2013
A painted participant sleeps in a red seat during Liu Bolin's new project in Beijing, September 12, 2013....
Beijing, China
A painted participant sleeps in a red seat during Liu Bolin's new project in Beijing
A painted participant sleeps in a red seat during Liu Bolin's new project in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JPY
September 13, 2013
Artist Liu Bolin (3rd row, R) and other participants, painted as part of a project to make themselves...
Beijing, China
Artist Liu Bolin and other participants are painted as part of a project to make themselves look exactly...
Artist Liu Bolin (3rd row, R) and other participants, painted as part of a project to make themselves look exactly the same as the seats in a theatre, are pictured in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ART-CHINA/LIUBOLIN
RTX13JPS
September 13, 2013
Artist Liu Bolin is painted by an assistant, as part of a project to make himself and other participants...
Beijing, China
Artist Liu Bolin is painted by an assistant, as part of a project to make himself and other participants...
Artist Liu Bolin is painted by an assistant, as part of a project to make himself and other participants look exactly the same as the seats in a theatre, in Beijing, September 12, 2013. Liu, the Chinese artist known as "the invisible man" for using painted-on camouflage to blend into the backdrops of his photographs, has done it again by making himself and other participants "disappear" into the red seats of a Beijing theatre. Called "Red Theatre", the latest project is Liu's third to make a group vanish and one of more than 100 "invisible works" he has completed since 2005. Liu covered a similar "red chair" topic in 2010 at Milan's La Scala opera house, but said he also wanted to do it in China. Picture taken on September 12, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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