happy tonite (book + print)

by Liu YiQing, Cai Hongshuo, Chang He, Zeng Han, Yang Changhong, Bai Chuan, Dustin Shum, Chang Qing, Fang Er, Feng Li, Luo Dan and Jiang Yiming


Photographs: Liu YiQing, Cai Hongshuo, Chang He, Zeng Han, Yang Changhong, Bai Chuan, Dustin Shum, Chang Qing, Fang Er, Feng Li, Luo Dan and Jiang Yiming

Text: Ed Jones, James Welch, Ian Jeffrey, Timothy Prus

Publisher: Archive of Modern Conflict

104 pages

Pictures: 64 colour illustrations and 5 black & white illustrations

Year: 2010

ISBN: 978-0-9547091-6-7

Price: 58

Comments: limited edition of 1,000; hand-numbered; contains one of three different stamped and numbered original Liu YiQing prints that do not appear in the book itself Board covers with PVC veneer; 24.5 x 21cm

Winner of the 2011 Best Book Award at China's Dali International Photography Exhibition

The photographs in Happy Tonite have been selected by Ed Jones and James Welch from the collection of Chinese photography assembled by Thomas Sauvin for the Archive of Modern Conflict. The photographers represented in the book are Liu YiQing, Cai Hongshuo, Chang He, Zeng Han, Yang Changhong, Bai Chuan, Dustin Shum, Chang Qing, Fang Er, Feng Li, Luo Dan and Jiang Yiming. Each has his or her individual and unique ideas and preoccupations, but collectively they can be seen to demonstrate and reflect a concerted move outside the traditional Chinese boundaries and restrictions.

 


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happy tonite (book + print)

by Liu YiQing, Cai Hongshuo, Chang He, Zeng Han, Yang Changhong, Bai Chuan, Dustin Shum, Chang Qing, Fang Er, Feng Li, Luo Dan and Jiang Yiming


Photographs: Liu YiQing, Cai Hongshuo, Chang He, Zeng Han, Yang Changhong, Bai Chuan, Dustin Shum, Chang Qing, Fang Er, Feng Li, Luo Dan and Jiang Yiming

Text: Ed Jones, James Welch, Ian Jeffrey, Timothy Prus

Publisher: Archive of Modern Conflict

104 pages

Pictures: 64 colour illustrations and 5 black & white illustrations

Year: 2010

ISBN: 978-0-9547091-6-7

Price: 58

Comments: limited edition of 1,000; hand-numbered; contains one of three different stamped and numbered original Liu YiQing prints that do not appear in the book itself Board covers with PVC veneer; 24.5 x 21cm

Winner of the 2011 Best Book Award at China's Dali International Photography Exhibition

The photographs in Happy Tonite have been selected by Ed Jones and James Welch from the collection of Chinese photography assembled by Thomas Sauvin for the Archive of Modern Conflict. The photographers represented in the book are Liu YiQing, Cai Hongshuo, Chang He, Zeng Han, Yang Changhong, Bai Chuan, Dustin Shum, Chang Qing, Fang Er, Feng Li, Luo Dan and Jiang Yiming. Each has his or her individual and unique ideas and preoccupations, but collectively they can be seen to demonstrate and reflect a concerted move outside the traditional Chinese boundaries and restrictions.

 


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

happy tonite (book + print)

by Liu YiQing, Cai Hongshuo, Chang He, Zeng Han, Yang Changhong, Bai Chuan, Dustin Shum, Chang Qing, Fang Er, Feng Li, Luo Dan and Jiang Yiming


Photographs: Liu YiQing, Cai Hongshuo, Chang He, Zeng Han, Yang Changhong, Bai Chuan, Dustin Shum, Chang Qing, Fang Er, Feng Li, Luo Dan and Jiang Yiming

Text: Ed Jones, James Welch, Ian Jeffrey, Timothy Prus

Publisher: Archive of Modern Conflict

104 pages

Pictures: 64 colour illustrations and 5 black & white illustrations

Year: 2010

ISBN: 978-0-9547091-6-7

Price: 58

Comments: limited edition of 1,000; hand-numbered; contains one of three different stamped and numbered original Liu YiQing prints that do not appear in the book itself Board covers with PVC veneer; 24.5 x 21cm

Winner of the 2011 Best Book Award at China's Dali International Photography Exhibition

The photographs in Happy Tonite have been selected by Ed Jones and James Welch from the collection of Chinese photography assembled by Thomas Sauvin for the Archive of Modern Conflict. The photographers represented in the book are Liu YiQing, Cai Hongshuo, Chang He, Zeng Han, Yang Changhong, Bai Chuan, Dustin Shum, Chang Qing, Fang Er, Feng Li, Luo Dan and Jiang Yiming. Each has his or her individual and unique ideas and preoccupations, but collectively they can be seen to demonstrate and reflect a concerted move outside the traditional Chinese boundaries and restrictions.

 


more books tagged »Chinese« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com