White Night is the first monograph from Chinese photographer FENG Li (b. 1971), bringing together 160 images from his bold street photography shot between 2005 and 2015. “I don’t know whether they are photographic works, but they do present another side of our reality,” Feng Li writes about his work. “I can’t explain them specifically, as I can’t understand the world.” The images are thus true representations of his (and our) incomprehension of the world around – a radical and nonsensical mixture of peacocks and candles and laughter and rainbows and blood and tattoos and dance. Often shot with a hard flash, the photos are high-contrast questions asked at close range.