SEGERS (PÈRE ARTHUR) - China. Het Volk, Dagelijksch Leven En Ceremoniën (Dutch Translation of "la Chine - le Peuple, Sa Vie Quotidienne Et Ses Cérémonies)
Photographs by NO.223. Lin Zhipeng (aka No.223).
Revolution-Star Publishing & Creati, 2013. 240 pp., 166 color illustrations throughout, 7¼x10½".
These are the immediate and natural status and looks in our lives. But we more than ever feel embarrassed.
I am more into a simple, violent and immediate aesthetics that has a lot relation to life, I look for photography that can develop stories, although it still takes a lot of work to do, hope I can achieve that step by step.-------Lin Zhipeng
Lin Zhipeng(aka No.223) is born in Guangdong province, China and graduated from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies with major of financial English.
Lin is a photographer and freelance writer based in Beijing. He constructed a blog entitled North Latitude 23 with millions views and posted his personal photographs and words on it. He has contributed to numerous creative and fashion magazines as editor and writer and has produced photo shoots for magazines such as Vice, S magazine, VISION, City Pictorial, etc and brands such as United Nude, Converse, Glaceau Vitamin Water, Bacardi, etc. He also produced video works such as SANSAR, SCENE, Xanthium, etc. In 2007 he published the independent fashion magazine project TOO and in 2005, 2006 and 2011 published three volumes of photography entitled My Private Broadway. In 2012 he published a personal zine entitled VERSATILE. His photography works were included in 3030:NEW PHOTOGRAPHY IN CHINA, Elephant, Back to Black & White, TELL MUM EVERYTHING IS OK, etc. www.linzhipeng223.com
Great Hall of the People (1959 crusty boxes scattered pages loaded)(Chinese Edition)
Paperback. Pub Date: 1959 Pages: 21 Publisher: People's Fine Arts Publishing House hardcover box Great Hall of the People's Fine Arts Publishing House. fifties. jam posts page. boxed loose-leaf. a total of 20 full-weight: 6 kg open slightly larger than 4 products. The leather box Folio: 57 * 41cm loose-leaf format: 53 * 38cmFour
Aperture set to release a history of Chinese photobooks in the spring of 2014. Among the participating editors is Ruben Lundgre, who wrote this article on The Great Hall of the People in the inaugural issue of the The Photobook Review. These twenty wide-angle photographs depict both interior and exterior of the newly constructed Great Hall of the People, a massive structure that upon its completion became the seat of the Chinese government.
Certainly if architecture and power could go hand in hand, architectural photography would be allied in the cause. The orderly lines and shimmering geometry of the images project a sense of overwhelming grandeur, a dominance of space that is every bit as complete as the party's control of the political life of the state.
MYSTERIOUS CHINA presented by the Java -China- Japan- Line Art Deco Illustrations Friedrich Schiff Ellen Thorbecke Photography
MANEN, BERTIEN VAN - - East Wind West Wind.
As featured in Martin Parr / Gerrby Badger Photobook History vol.2. Xu Yong’s work contrasts the historical with the contemporary. In this book he documents one of the old hutongs--ancient city alleys and lanes--of Beijing, taking his lens to the traditional small lanes of Beijing, where he photographed the peace before the storm – the Hutong before their final demolition.
Large, thread-bound photo book printed on special blue-backed paper, the collaborative team WassinkLundgren takes a concerted look at the daily ritual of China’s refuse collectors, capturing 24 bottle collectors against the backdrops of Beijing and Shanghai.
Winner of the Contemporary Photography Book Award at the 2007 Rencontres d'Arles photography festival and recently selected by Martin Parr as one of the best books of the last decade.