|Edition||Paperback , 104 Pages|
What do you photograph in a country where you see a lot and understand little? This is the question addressed by Dutch photographer Aram Tamis’ quietly bleak series on the alienation of life in modern-day Beijing. In an environment of high-rises and tattered advertisements, the few living things we do see appear lonely and vulnerable.
|Book title||Blowing Smoke and Seahorses|
|ISBN 10||9881890721 / 988-18907-2-1|
|ISBN 13||9789881890726 / 978-988-18907-2-6|
|Publish date||Feb 2011|
|Dimensions||17,25 x 24,25 cm / 6.75 x 9.5 inches|