.One copy available.
Gathered portraits of the King of Thaïland with a camera in his hands or around his neck.
First and only printing.
64 pages - Stapled softcover
Self-published, 2011 (250 copies)
As new - Mint condition
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RVB Books's presentation: "Over the course of his travels for the last ten years Tiane Doan na Champassak has been collecting Thai erotic magazines dating back to the 1960s and 1970s. With representations of nudity banned at the time, the magazines’ censorship is applied with great creativity and care. For the creation of this project, Censored, the...
.Only one copy.Tiane Doan na Champassak (Looters, King of Photography, Tantra, Father of Pop Dance) presents in Credo images of Haiti and India made between 2004 and 2007 around rituals related to cults and beliefs.Faithful to the process of reproduction "Risograph" for his small productions such as Credo (200 ex.), The artist here takes advantage of a...
Publisher's presentation RVB Books: "Tiane Doan na Champassak worked on anonymous photographs he found posted on the blogs and websites of the Indian subcontinent’s exhibitionists and swingers. He collected the images posted by men in which we see their wives or partners exposed but in which the men took great care to cover up with Photoshop any clues as...
Project presentation by Christopher Héry: "22:19 illustrates the wide range of emotions - fear, boredom, camaraderie, relief - that two young men have experienced during an intense 8-minute period. This book has been designed to slowly reveal the location, the story, and its ending, to the viewer in a cinematographic manner. Time is the key element here...
.We are offering signed copies of the second edition.A 12-day love story, from the first hour to the last...Texts in English & Images by Thomas Boivin.108 pages - Softcover Self-published, 2016 (2nd edition - 380 copies) *Signed* New - Mint condition
.Sold out.The portraits appearing in Ad Infinitum are from tombstones found in cemeteries in Hong-Kong.This series is a work both on the passage of time and the loss of memory, as the portraits all vanish little by little; and also on the disappearance of the individual within the humanity, as the vanishing process is similar to all the photographies and...