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“…journey to undiscovered countries, and boldly go where few have gone before.” A Review of Tom Carter’s China, Portrait of a People

Tom Carter’s photography book CHINA: Portrait of a People (second printing 2013, Blacksmith Books) is a remarkable photo-essay of China today, broad in scope and comprehensive of subject. Even when contrasted with the work of his predecessors, discussed below, there is … Continue reading

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John Thomson Photographs Discussed in Online Audio

 Just happened upon an interesting and detailed talk on the 19th century photographs of John Thomson. The audio discussion at KERA ListenLive, features host Krys Boyd talking with organizer of the exhibit Betty Yao, MBE of Credential International Arts Management in London, … Continue reading

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Lantern Light – The Pearl Kitchen Photo Challenge

The Pearl Kitchen weblog has posted some very fine photographs of the subtle illumination given off by Chinese paper lanterns, which come in all sizes and shapes. I remember fondly the lantern festivals in Taipei in the 1960s and 70s, … Continue reading

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