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Trans Asia Photography (2012) 3 (1)
Published: 01 September 2012
... a story chronologically, Sas’s tour de force theorization ambitiously demonstrates Japanese cultural practitioners’ conceptual, physical, and temporal exploration of their relationship with the self, others, and the environment. Sas’s treatment of Japanese photography provides an inadequate account...
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Trans Asia Photography (2020) 10 (2)
Published: 24 April 2020
... of South Asian photo practitioners amid formal and pedagogical changes in the field of visual arts. During the last decade, we have produced publications and exhibitions and conducted seminars in almost all South Asian countries, based on themes that were generated after discussions in the region. We have...
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Trans Asia Photography (2018) 8 (2)
Published: 16 April 2018
..., Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, and the Philippines. This very same particularity, however, also highlights the sheer unevenness of archival availability in the region, among other constraints in historiography, as can be seen in the chapter on Brunei. In each chapter, themes, practitioners...
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Published: 24 April 2020
. Through a process of ‘copying’, retouching and overpainting, once with ink and brush and now with Photoshop on desktop computers, each photographic incarnation is recast and remade into others. Studio practitioners, would transform staid NIC photographs into extravagant memorial portraits made even More
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Trans Asia Photography (2020) 10 (2)
Published: 24 April 2020
... the migrations of one Cambodian family (Fox); the Hong Kong photographs of contemporary photographer Wei Leng Tay (Krischer); the work of four young women photographers in Vietnam (Maxtone-Graham); and the photographs of an early woman practitioner, Manobina Roy, in India (Gadihoke). The presentation...
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Trans Asia Photography (2017) 7 (2)
Published: 01 May 2017
... to contribute articles on select themes. For its anniversary program, 15 Invitations , AAA employed Field Notes as a blog to trace the developments of the fifteen participating artists and cultural practitioners. In AAA’s revamped website, Field Notes and Diaaalogue are now incorporated into the new online...
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Trans Asia Photography (2020) 10 (2)
Published: 24 April 2020
...Ha Dao Collaboration is at the heart of what we do. We have collaborated in various ways with photographers, writers, researchers, and cultural practitioners across Vietnam and in the regional and international community. For example, we have done a residency exchange with Objectifs, hosted...
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Trans Asia Photography (2011) 1 (2)
Published: 01 May 2011
... by about 80 photographers, all local practitioners. The emphasis is on the present, but images from the mid-19 th century suggest thematic connections with a past when the technology of photography was introduced in South Asia by British colonizers and picked up by the locals. The ambitious project...
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Trans Asia Photography (2012) 2 (2)
Published: 01 April 2012
.... The art of photography and the applied science of medicine have much in common: intensive training, diligence, dedication, creativity, manipulation, anticipated results, even chemicals. Ooi Cheng Ghee combined his career as a medical practitioner in Penang and his avocation as a photographer before...
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Trans Asia Photography (2011) 2 (1)
Published: 01 September 2011
... abstract: “Although many in the field of Indian photography are aware of the photographs John Edward Saché produced in India, little has been written about his career. Almost nothing was known about this practitioner, whose biographical details were confused with various firms – Saché & Westfield...
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Trans Asia Photography (2017) 7 (2)
Published: 01 May 2017
...-Tibetan photographer, based in Gangtok, whose access to the elite in Sikkim and Tibet led him to take amazing and unique photographs of key figures in twentieth-century Himalayan politics and society. The chapter also discusses more recent practitioners, such as Tenzing Rigdol, Tsewang Tashi, Tsewang...
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Trans Asia Photography (2011) 1 (2)
Published: 01 May 2011
...: The Collection has been acquiring this type of material over a period of time, with acquisitions often based on the recommendation of scholars and practitioners in the field. They were procured directly by Mr. Alkazi, mainly from auctions. Very often, the most compelling images emerge from unknown photographers...
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Trans Asia Photography (2017) 7 (2)
Published: 01 May 2017
... methods throughout Asia. For example, the camera, initially used as an instrument for colonial mapping and categorizing in Asia, has always offered itself, often subversively, for many other forms of exploration. Since the mid-nineteenth century, photographic practitioners in Asia have invented...
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Trans Asia Photography (2014) 4 (2)
Published: 01 April 2014
..., written originally in Bengali, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese. In particular, we were interested in the origins of photography by local practitioners, including the history of early photographic studios. Within this topic, we were especially curious about the presence of early women photographers...
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Trans Asia Photography (2020) 10 (2)
Published: 24 April 2020
... streets and wondering what it would feel like to be there. History as an imperial discipline tells plausible stories, without questioning the violence that provides its practitioners with the building blocks that render the stories plausible — worlds shredded violently into legible pieces to compose...
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Trans Asia Photography (2015) 5 (2)
Published: 01 April 2015
... will easily command the kinds of attention previously reserved for the photographic innovators and practitioners in the northern hemisphere. Mary Roberts’s paper moves beyond photographic portraiture in isolation to tease out Sultan Abdülaziz in Istanbul’s deployment of sketches, photographic portraits...
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Trans Asia Photography (2015) 6 (1)
Published: 01 October 2015
... practices in any one locale, the serendipity of an open call has brought us an issue that centers on, for the most part, the Chinese-speaking world, China and Taiwan in particular. The pieces presented here might be thought of as case studies illuminating the work of certain practitioners or workshops...
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Trans Asia Photography (2010) 1 (1)
Published: 01 September 2010
... of access to individual photographers and his understanding as a practitioner, more information concerning seeing and the actual practice of photography would have been welcome. Why are Liu’s images among the most memorable of those taken at a time when China was just beginning to open up again...
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Trans Asia Photography (2020) 10 (2)
Published: 24 April 2020
... book is about, his desire to disentangle them explains why, even when he appears to pair colonialism and the camera, he demonstrates his palpable lack of concern with their connection. Notably, some of the photographers whom Bennett praises as early practitioners of the art — including Émile Gsell...
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Trans Asia Photography (2012) 3 (1)
Published: 01 September 2012
... practitioners for experiment. The resulting images offer glimpses of a glorious past, but equally reveal the carefully choreographed presentation of royal personas for posterity and the hidden story of the patron–photographer relationship, which played a significant role in enabling it...Pramod Kumar KG...