23.11.14

Lai Afong

Lai Afong (c.1839-1890)  – also called Lai Fong – was perhaps one of the most famous and successful Chinese commercial photographer and proprietor of the longest lived photographic studio in nineteenth-century Hong Kong.

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02.11.14

Thomas Sauvin: Beijing Silvermine

Thomas Sauvin collects and salvages the abandoned negatives from a recycling area north of Beijing. By doing so, he saves and reinvents a recent and nearly-forgotten past.

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19.10.14

Zhang Bojun: We

Zhang Bojun's photographic series “We” offers gigantic patchworks, which suggest that each human life only has meaning once it has been considered with distance and relativism.

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22.09.14

INTERVIEW: ALEXANDER MONTAGUE-SPAREY, DIRECTOR OF PHOTO SHANGHAI

In September 2014, Shanghai hosted a brand new art fair dedicated entirely to photography: Photo Shanghai. Alexander Montague-Sparey - Fair Director – shares his aspirations and thoughts about the Fair.

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11.09.14

ARTHUR LEONARD FIDAMMENT

Exploring China during Mao era and after the end of World War II was not an easy task. The Air Vice Marshall of the British Royal Air Force Arthur Leonard Fiddament (1896-1976), nicknamed ‘Fido’, left a unique collection of color photographs taken in 1945.

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