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Inhaltsangabe: Spanish-born, London-based photographer and conceptual artist Cristina de Middel (born 1975) follows the colossal success of her 2012 volume The Afronauts--a self-publishing phenomenon that was voted best photo book of that year by Photo-eye--with Party, a portrait of present-day China modeled on Mao Tsetong's Red Book. De Middel uses the structure of Mao's book (as well as its iconic design) to create a photo-narrative interspersed with adapted quotations from Mao. As she describes it: "I decided to adapt this historic political statement by censoring and hiding the parts of the text that are no longer in force and highlighting some other redesigned sentences that, for me, form a more accurate portrait of the People's Republic of China in the twenty-first century." Party is published in a limited edition of 750 copies and is certain to quickly become a photo-book classic.

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Cristina De Middel
Verlag: Barcelona, RM Verlag, 2014, 1. Aufl., 306 p., m. Abb., 8,9 x 12,7, brosch. / paperback. (978-84-15118-67-1) (2014)
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Buchbeschreibung Barcelona, RM Verlag, 2014, 1. Aufl., 306 p., m. Abb., 8,9 x 12,7, brosch. / paperback. (978-84-15118-67-1), 2014. brosch. / paperback. Buchzustand: 0. 1. Aufl.. PARTY, the new photobook by Cristina de Middel, follows on the enormous success of The Afronauts. It was conceived by Cristina after a first trip to China in 2012, undertaken in the aim of "making photography, of reacting with the camera to whatever caught my attention, without any attempt to explain or analyze." She returned "with a large series of photographs that were hard to classify and edit, since the only common denominator was my own astonishment." PARTY is a photobook built on the foundation of Mao’s Little Red Book. It is a book with "new" quotations and a free spirit that somehow shows us what China is today. Cristina uses the skeleton of Mao’s little book—what used to be the "Bible" of the Chinese people—to create a particular narrative. As Cristina herself puts it: I decided to adapt this historic political statement to modern times by censoring and hiding the parts of the text that are no longer in force and highlighting some other redesigned sentences that, for me, form a more accurate portrait of the PeopleÅLs Republic of China in the twentieth-first century. (Quasi verlagsfrisch!) Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 600. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 900677

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de Middel, Cristina
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Buchbeschreibung RM / Archive of Modern Conflict, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. First Edition, First Printing. London, England: RM/Archive Of Modern Conflict, 2013. Softcover. First Edition. First Printing. 306 pages with 78 photographic images by Cristina de Middel. Book Condition: New/Fine. Party. Quotations from Chairman Mao TseTung is a photobook built upon the skeleton of Chairman Mao’s Little Red Book. It was conceived by photographer Cristina de Middel after her first trip to China, which took place in 2012 and for which she set the intention of reacting with the camera to whatever caught her attention, without any attempt to analyse or explain. De Middel returned from China with an extensive series of photographs which at first she found hard to classify and edit, since their only common denominator was her own astonishment. But she soon realised that their very resistance to classification was the key to their ability to show us what China is today.She decided to adapt Chairman Mao TseTung's Little Red Book (which in the 1960s was the single most visible icon in mainland China, even more visible than the image of Chairman Mao himself) as a framework for the photographs to create a narrative for modern times. Censoring or hiding parts of the original text and highlighting and altering other parts, she presents a portrait of the People's Republic of China in the 21st century. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 244

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Buchbeschreibung RM/Archive of Modern Conflict, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. book. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 8415118678

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Cristina De Middel
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Buchbeschreibung RM/Archive Of Modern Conflict, London, England, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. First Edition. 8415118678. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 709429

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Buchbeschreibung RM/Archive of Modern Conflict, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. Buchnummer des Verkäufers P118415118678

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Buchbeschreibung RM/Archive of Modern Conflict, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: Very Good. Buchnummer des Verkäufers P028415118678

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MIDDEL, CRISTINA DE). Middel, Cristina de & Mao Tse Tung
Verlag: Archive of Modern Conflict, RM Verlag, S.L. & Editorial RM, London, Barcelona & Mexico City (2013)
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Buchbeschreibung Archive of Modern Conflict, RM Verlag, S.L. & Editorial RM, London, Barcelona & Mexico City, 2013. Gilt-Debossed Padded Boards. Buchzustand: As New. First Edition 1/1715. 12mo. 312pp, profusely illustrated in color. Text in English. Designed by Jose Luis Lugo and Nova Era. Cristina de Middel's "Party" is a charming artist's book that takes the form of the ubiquitous sixties staple "Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-Tung" - or as it was most commonly known here in the West, "The Little Red Book". The follow-up to the Spanish-born, London-based de Middel's highly received "The Afronauts", it removes most of Mao's didactic text leaving provocatively-altered phrases interspersed with hundreds of doubled-sided leaves reproducing her images of contemporary China. The resultant frisson between the original's altered texts and photographs of a new, Capitalist-embracing homeland would definitely not have found favor during the Cultural Revolution. A brand new, pristine example of 2013 first edition limited to one thousand, seven hundred and fifteen unnumbered copies additionally BOLDLY SIGNED "Christina De Middel" in black ink across the front free endpaper still in the publisher's unprinted clear plastic pouch. Signed by the Photographer. Artist's Book. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 024106

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De Middel, Cristina
Verlag: London, England: RM/Archive Of Modern Conflict, 2013
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Buchbeschreibung London, England: RM/Archive Of Modern Conflict, 2013. Soft cover. Buchzustand: As New. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. Signed. 200 pages. Published in 2013. Artist Book. One of the most beautifully conceived and realized Conceptual photography books of our time. Limited Edition of 1715 copies, as stated. This October 2013 First Edition sold out before publication and is now rare. A brilliant production by Cristina De Middel: Small-size volume format, a neat pocket book that fits in the palm of your hand. The "Little Red Book" ("Quitonasto form Chanmair Mao Tungsest", or "Quotations from Chairman Mao Tsetung" rendered in scrambled letters for copyright protection) produced as a facsimile of the original pocket book, with red plastic covers and gilt titles on the cover and spine, as issued. The title by which the book is known is the one that's printed on the spine: "Party". Text by Chairman Mao, ironically selected and reproduced (in English translation) by Cristina De Middel. Color photographs by Cristina De Middel. They are inserted between pages, "tipped-in" at the spine rather than on the page. Printed on archival stock paper in Spain to the highest standards. Without DJ, as issued. Presents Cristina De Middel's Artist Book rendition of The Little Red Book. "A portrait of present-day China modeled on Mao Tse Tung's Red Book. De Middel uses the structure of Mao's book (as well as its iconic design) to create a photo-narrative interspersed with adapted quotations from Mao" (Publisher's blurb). "I decided to adapt this historic political statement by censoring and hiding the parts of the text that are no longer in force and highlighting some other re-designed sentences that, for me, form a more accurate portrait of the People's Republic of China in the 21st century" (Cristina De Middel). For De Middel, the Chinese Communist Party's greatest failing may be that it put too much emphasis on "Communist" (that is to say, discipline, order, and punishment) and not enough on "party" (that is to say, celebration, euphoria, and happiness). She proposes to re-write Chinese history by adapting Chairman Mao's vision to contemporary China's "market-driven", more open (insofar as that's possible with one-party-rule), and happier society. All of Cristina De Middel's Artist Books are tender, loving, and yet unflinching re-imaginations of nationalist, immigrant-internationalist, and all other utopian dreams, "The Afronauts" (2012) being her most beautiful realization. Although we may find her Artist Books funny and parodistic, they are, strictly speaking, neither humor nor parody. They are, instead, ironic yet serious at the same time: Cristina De Middel celebrates the greatest ideas and ideals, however imperfect, that people everywhere believe in, live by, and if necessary, are also willing to die for: Nationalism (nation/states that people now identify with as the very essence of their being, whether they be American, Jewish, or Zambian), the United Nations (the most abstract and unrealizable of ideals), and socially conscious, humane societies. Hers is a hopeful vision rather than a nihilistic or skeptical one, and as such, is very rare indeed among all-knowing contemporary artists. An absolute "must-have" title for Cristina De Middel collectors. This copy is one of the Limited Edition of 1715 copies, indicated as such on the Copyright Page (October 2013 Edition), and it is very prominently and beautifully signed in black pen by Cristina De Middel. It is signed directly on the page itself, not on a tipped-in page. De Middel signed, one-time-only, very few copies through the publisher only. This title is a great Artist Book. As far as we know, this is the only such signed copy of the Limited Edition available online and has no flaws, a pristine beauty. A rare signed copy thus. Lavishly populated with color plates. Cristina De Middel's "The Afronauts" is widely regarded as one of the greatest photography books of our time. One of the most brilliant artist/photographers of our time. A flawless collectible copy. (SEE ALSO OTHER CRISTINA DE MIDDEL. Signed by Author. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 18702

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Buchbeschreibung RM/Archive of Modern Conflict, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: Used: Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 8415118678

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Cristina de Middel
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Buchbeschreibung Editorial RM, 2013. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Buchzustand: Nuevo. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Nuevo. Edición Especial. Party| Cristina de Middel | | 25 ejemplares copies | Fotografía original (copia de pigmento) | Firmado y numerado por el autor | Original numbered and signed Pigment print. | 11 x 14 cm | 4.3 x 5.5 in | Caja estuche | In box ||| Winner of the best photobook of the year, international category in PhotoEspaña 2014. || Ganador del premio al mejor fotolibro del año en la categoría internacional en PhotoEspaña 2014. | "Party was conceived by Cristina after a first trip to China in 2012, undertaken in the aim of “making photography, of reacting with the camera to whatever caught my attention, without any attempt to explain or analyze.” She returned “with a large series of photographs that were hard to classify and edit, since the only common denominator was my own astonishment.” Party is a photobook built on the foundation of Mao’s Little Red Book. It is a book with “new” quotations and a free spirit that somehow shows us what China is today. Cristina uses the skeleton of Mao’s little book—what used to be the “Bible” of the Chinese people—to create a particular narrative. As Cristina herself puts it: “I decided to adapt this historic political statement to modern times by censoring and hiding the parts of the text that are no longer in force and highlighting some other redesigned sentences that, for me, form a more accurate portrait of the People's Republic of China in the twentieth-first century.” " "Party fue concebido por Cristina después de un primer viaje a China en 2012, que empezó con el propósito de “hacer fotografía, de reaccionar con la cámara a cualquier cosa que capturara mi atención, sin ningún intento de explicar o analizar”. Regresó “con una gran serie de fotografías que fueron difíciles de clasificar y editar, ya que el único común denominador fue mi propio asombro”.Party es un fotolibro que se construyó sobre la base del pequeño Libro Rojo de Mao. Es un libro con citas “nuevas” y un espíritu libre que de alguna manera nos muestra lo que China es hoy en día. Cristina utiliza el esqueleto del pequeño Libro Rojo de Mao —lo que solía ser la “Biblia” del pueblo chino— para crear una narrativa particular. Como Cristina misma lo dice: “Decidí adaptar esta declaración política histórica a los tiempos modernos censurando y ocultando las partes del texto que ya no están en vigor y recalcando algunas otras frases rediseñadas que, para mí, forman un retrato más exacto de la República Popular China en el siglo veintiuno”." - mint books -. Firmado por el autor. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE-1476358499023

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