Wang Qingsong by Thircuir editions
Dormitory, 2005 © Wang Qingsong
Follow Him, 2010 © Wang Qingsong
Fotofest, 2005 © Wang Qingsong
Luxun, 2004 © Wang Qingsong
Moma Studio, 2005 © Wang Qingsong
Wang Qingsong Cover
Liu Bolin, Texte de Geneviève Brisac, 96 pages, 9,90Eur
Song Chao, Texte d'Enoïa Ballade, 96 pages, 9,90Eur
Yang Yongliang, Texte de David Rosenberg, 96 pages, 9,90Eur
Yang Yong, Texte d'Enoïa Ballade, 96 pages, 9,90Eur
Chen Jiagang, Texte de Jérémie Thircuir, 9,90Eur
Satire et gigantisme : Wang Qingsong by Thircuir edition
At a time when Chinese photography is ever more present on the international scene, the publishing house Thircuir had the brilliant idea to launch its first collection featuring the most important and promising photographers.
Founded in 2011 by Jérémie Thircuir and Enoïa Ballade, Thircuir aims to promote Chinese art and culture, offering publications that are pertinent and unpretentious. For its first collection devoted to Chinese photographers, Thircuir has been generous with the quality of both the images and the content. The texts that accompany the images are accessible and original, and the book itself is affordable for all budgets.
Released this August in France, the latest installment focuses on Wang Qingsong (b. 1966 in Heilongjiang Province), one of the undisputed masters of contemporary Chinese photography, now based in Beijing. “Is it even possible to talk about Chinese photography without talking about Wang Qingsong?” asked Jérémie Thircuir, rhetorically. This is the latest sign of his devotion to better understanding photography in a Chinese context.
Read the full text of this article in the French version of Le Journal.
Text by Jérémie Thircuir
© 2012 Thircuir Limited
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