Chinese painter He Sen must daydream all day about partying with beautiful women. At first glance, these images look like photographs that were digitally modified, but in reality they're really hand-made paintings. He Sen's young women seem to be caught between childhood and fully fledged adult life. The presence of teddy bears aims to create a tension between a certain childishness and the paraphernalia of adulthood that surround the girls. Born in 1968, He Sen lives and works in Beijing, where he also teaches in the Department of Photography and Digital Media at the Central Academy of Fine Arts.