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I Do, I Do, I Do
I Do, I Do, I Do
by Chien-Chi Chang
Chien-Chi Chang’s pictures of Taiwanese weddings offer a skeptical look at the institution and industry of marriage. I Do, I Do, I Do reveals conflicts that the artist, then a 41-year-old unwed man with three younger sisters and no brothers, felt about the concept of marriage and all the traditional family pressures that it involves.
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Photography is still instinctual, but I am more disciplined now. I am trying to make every frame count, just as in Tai Chi every breath counts.
Chien-Chi Chang
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