TAP spring 2017

The spring 2017 issue of the Trans Asia Photography Review is now available at tapreview.org. You may need to refresh your browser to see the new contents. Addressing the theme of “Technologies”, this issue features the following articles, projects and book reviews:

Kelly M. McCormick, Ogawa Kazumasa and the Halftone Photograph: Japanese War Albums at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

Dengyan Zhou and Zhimin Shi, Photography and the Appropriation of Kodak Dye Transfer in Socialist China

Shahidul Alam, My Unseen Sister

Amandine Davre, Seeing Nuclear Issues in Daguerrotypes: An Interview with Takashi Arai

Monique Gross, Ways of Looking: Studying the Architecture of Hanoi’s Ngoc Ha Neighborhood via Drone Photography

Procheta Mukherjee Olson, More than a Collection: Photography in the Asia Art Archive

Clare Harris, Photography and Tibet, reviewed by Amy Holmes-Tagchungdarpa

Mark Rice, Dean Worcester’s Fantasy Islands: Photography, Film and the Colonial Philippines, reviewed by Gael Newton

Ali Behdad, Camera Orientalis: Reflections on Photography of the Middle East, reviewed by Shireen Walton

Russet Lederman and Jiayi Liu, Recent – and not so recent – Photobooks from Japan and China

We hope you will enjoy browsing, viewing and reading –

All the best,
Sandra Matthews, Editor

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The Trans Asia Photography Review is published by Hampshire College in collaboration with Michigan Publishing, with support from the Five College Consortium.

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