Книга: Cartier-Bresson Henri «Inside China»

Inside China

Производитель: "Random House, Inc."

Exotic China has always attracted great photographers, and its history has yielded unforgettable scenes. Inside China unveils fascinating archival images rarely made public: Luminaries Henri Cartier-Bresson and Marc Riboud portray the old order and the ascendancy of Chairman Mao; Chinese news photographer Li Zhensheng gives startling new insight into the harsh Cultural Revolution. Today`s China, filled with excitement and fraught with challenge, is captured by contemporary photographers including Mark Leong, Paolo Pellegrin, and Mark Henley-who, with privileged access, depict fashionable youth and glamour, the development of mega-industry, and new materialism alongside traditional religion and rural life, revealing the rapidly changing scene in all its complexity. Five renowned experts on China-Jonathan Spence, James Watt, James MacGregor, Elizabeth Economy, and Minxin Pei-narrate and enrich the story with informative, thought-provoking essays.

Издательство: "Random House, Inc." (2007)

ISBN: 978-1-4262-0126-4

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