TAP Fall 2019

The fall 2019 issue of the Trans Asia Photography Review is now available online at tapreview.org. (You may need to refresh your browser to view the new contents.) This issue, titled “Writing Photo Histories,” features the following articles and book reviews:

Writing Photo Histories

Picturing Meishu: Photomechanical Reproductions of Works of Art in Chinese Periodicals before WWII
Yanfei Zhu


The Shanghai Amateur Photographic Society: An Early Photographic Organization Established by Westerners in China
Che Liang

Revealing the Radioactive Contamination after Fukushima in Japanese Photography
Amandine Davre

Visualizing Impunity: Photography and State Violence in Thailand
Karin H. Zackari

“Ummijaan’s Pictures Were Nice”: Thinking about Haleema Hashim’s Photography
Mallika Leuzinger

Feeling Around for Matter: Mikiko Hara’s Quiet Observations
Jane Simon

Reconsidering Everyday Life Photography: Saenghwalchuŭi Sajin in South Korea in the 1950s and 1960s
Kaeun Park

Review of Our Land, ed. by Anthony Hamboussi
Alessandra Amin

Review of Trails, by Takashi Homma
Sebastian Charles Galbo

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

All the best,

Sandra Matthews
Editor, Trans Asia Photography Review

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