TAP Review, spring 2018

The spring 2018 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 “Voyages”, this issue features the following articles and book reviews:

Book Reviews

Wu Yao, Review of Tong Bingxue, History of Photo Studios in China, 1859–1956 中国照相馆史

Carlos Quijon, Jr., Review of  Zhuang Wubin, Photography in Southeast Asia: A Survey

Articles/Curatorial Projects

Qiuzi Guo, The Odyssey of an Amateur Chinese Photographer: Nostalgia, War, and Exile in the Work of Jin Shisheng

Jean Loh, Blood Wood

Juliane Noth, Landscape Photography, Infrastructure, and Armed Conflict in a Chinese Travel Anthology from 1935: The Case of Dongnan Lansheng

Shota T. Ogawa, Rerouting the Modernist Visions of Horino Masao: Territorial Photography, Mass Amateurism, and Imperial Tourism

Abby Robinson, Thuma

Alan Teller and Jerri Zbiral, Following the Box: Exploring an Archive of Anonymous Photographs from India

Please take a look, and spread the word to your networks!

All the best,
Sandra Matthews, Editor

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