The History of Monuments

by Wang Qingsong


Photographs: Wang Qingsong

Text: Wang Qingsong

Publisher: Éditions Bessard

Year: 2012

ISBN: 978-2-9537204-4-0

Price: 85

Comments: c-print inside spaning 125 x 4200 cm; a book coming into a very elegant purple box; it is hand bound in two covers and presented in a handmade slipcase box; it is printed in an edition of 450 copies

Spanning 42 metre length, The History of Monuments is a stunning interpretation of the history of mankind in a photo epic. Mobilising over 200 hundreds models, the renowned Chinese contemporary photographer Wang Qing Song built studio with life size props over weeks to execute this laborious photography work. Well known for his compelling works that convey an ironic vision of 21st-century China’s encounter with global consumer culture, The History of Monuments is a highlight not to miss.


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The History of Monuments

by Wang Qingsong


Photographs: Wang Qingsong

Text: Wang Qingsong

Publisher: Éditions Bessard

Year: 2012

ISBN: 978-2-9537204-4-0

Price: 85

Comments: c-print inside spaning 125 x 4200 cm; a book coming into a very elegant purple box; it is hand bound in two covers and presented in a handmade slipcase box; it is printed in an edition of 450 copies

Spanning 42 metre length, The History of Monuments is a stunning interpretation of the history of mankind in a photo epic. Mobilising over 200 hundreds models, the renowned Chinese contemporary photographer Wang Qing Song built studio with life size props over weeks to execute this laborious photography work. Well known for his compelling works that convey an ironic vision of 21st-century China’s encounter with global consumer culture, The History of Monuments is a highlight not to miss.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

The History of Monuments

by Wang Qingsong


Photographs: Wang Qingsong

Text: Wang Qingsong

Publisher: Éditions Bessard

Year: 2012

ISBN: 978-2-9537204-4-0

Price: 85

Comments: c-print inside spaning 125 x 4200 cm; a book coming into a very elegant purple box; it is hand bound in two covers and presented in a handmade slipcase box; it is printed in an edition of 450 copies

Spanning 42 metre length, The History of Monuments is a stunning interpretation of the history of mankind in a photo epic. Mobilising over 200 hundreds models, the renowned Chinese contemporary photographer Wang Qing Song built studio with life size props over weeks to execute this laborious photography work. Well known for his compelling works that convey an ironic vision of 21st-century China’s encounter with global consumer culture, The History of Monuments is a highlight not to miss.


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more books tagged »Chinese« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com