Four or five established photographers -- either Chinese or snappers who've been based in China for a good amount of time -- show their work and talk about it. The night is hosted by Tim Franco, who made his name here shooting portraits of Chinese musicians. This edition, he'll be presenting work by: Eric Leleu, who has shot a series about propaganda banners and their perception by the people; Rian Dundon, who spent a year following Fan Bingbing;
Patric Wack's journey through Inner Mongolia will be shown; as well as work by Michael Christopher Brown, a Magnum photographer who shoots with an iPhone.
It's free to get in and usually pulls in a big crowd so get down early. If it's full, sometimes you have to wait outside for the next showing to begin. First one starts at 8:30pm, then they repeat every hour. Goes until midnight. More here.