- 1A collection of photos taken over fifty years by photographers from the Magnum Photo Agency. Magnum was the premier photo agency of the Twentieth Century. This book includes images by Eve Arnold, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa.
- 2In 1994, Chinese artist Liu Zheng conceived of an ambitious photographic project called The Chinese, which occupied him for seven years and carried him throughout China. Inspired by the examples of August Sander and Diane Arbus, he has captured a people and country in a unique time of great flux.
- 3Over the course of 2 years and 35,000 miles, photojournalist Tom Carter captured it ALL on film. Carter's anthropological-like study of China stands apart in its genre, as it focuses expressly on the PEOPLE of China. In addition to documenting the everyday life of "ordinary" people, Carter also backpacked to the most remote areas of China to observe reclusive ethnic minorities.
- 4Girard and Lambot spent four years exploring the notorious Walled City of Kowloon (Hong Kong), before it's final clearance in 1992. With over 320 photographs, 32 extended interviews, and essays on the City's history and character.
- 5Arriving in mainland China by chance just a day after the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, young Chinese-American photographer Mark Leong was compelled to stay and explore with his camera's lens the fascinating contradictions of a rapidly changing but still intensely traditional Chinese society.
- 6Between 1868 and 1872, Thomson made extensive trips to Guangdong, Fujian, Beijing, China's northeast and down the Yangtse River, covering nearly 5000 miles. This exhibition catalogue is drawn from his time in these regions.
- 7buy atThe Face of China is an evocative and candid collection of some of the first photographs made in that country. Along with descriptive captions, these images describe the daily life and surroundings of an era now passed.
- 8buy atWith years of traveling around, mixed himself into Chinese society and the understanding of local life, Noppanan Arunvongse Na Ayudhaya, a China Foreign Expert, gives you 143 black and white photographs speaking by themselves which enhance your views of China.
- 9Marc Riboud's images are a window on a world in transition as China reinvents itself with dizzying speed - his is as revealing a window as we are likely to find. The contrast between China old and new, as interpreted by Riboud, is an often startling one that cannot help but inform and intrigue.
- 10Henley has spent much of the past two decades in Asia, concentrating on the economic and social changes that have been sweeping through the continent and beyond. In China [sur]real he portrays the people and processes of Zhongguo, the "Middle Kingdom.
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