Somewhere Between: book and print package

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Somewhere Between: book and print package

100.00

A special package which includes a signed copy of the book along with a print of an image from the book. The print is roughly 5.5x8.5, on the same heavy fine-art watercolor paper as my exhibition prints.

Choose your print from one of the six featured images selected from the three series in the book, re:place, Somewhere Between, and Paris: Dialogue. *

If you'd like to see the inside of the book, head over to the "take a peek" page.

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Published by National Taiwan University Press, this fully bilingual book, presented in English and Chinese, collects all the photograph/poetry collaborations to date between Jonas Yip and noted scholar and poet Wai-lim Yip. This volume includes the series Paris: Dialoguere:place, and Somewhere Between, along with the poetry inspired and written in response to those photographs. Also included are an introduction by Leo Ou-fan Lee, as well as a new essay tying it all together, by Wai-lim Yip.

350 pp. 80+ color and b+w images. Presented in English and Chinese.
First Edition published 2017 by National Taiwan University Press.
ISBN 13: 9789863502531 / ISBN 10: 9863502537

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From 80+ evocative photographs, pregnant high visions, come poetic echoes of measured pulses and impulses. Two artists, father and son, engaging in a cross-cultural, multi-generational dialogue with rhythmic, vital energy, tracing for the reader an odyssey of cultural and living complexes, explore the push-and-pull interactions between poetry's linguistic signs (seething images in the heart/mind) and photography's visual signs. We experience in this gap what American poet Ezra Pound called the “inter-recognition” between arts, “where paintings or sculptures seem, as it were, “just coming over to speech.”

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* If you have your eyes set on an image other than the ones on offer above, contact me.