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Beijing: Theatre of the People (Hardcover)

Ambroise Tezenas

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Hardcover. We, in the West, are fascinated by the development of China. For the last half of the twentieth century its borders were effectively closed and, with rare exceptions, the only images that .Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 113 pages. 1.089. Bookseller Inventory # 9781904587361

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Title: Beijing: Theatre of the People (Hardcover)

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Winner of the Leica European Publishers Award.

In the streets of Beijing, Ambroise Tézenas discovered a landscape that offered an unexpected vision: its spaces almost stage sets in which contemporary Beijing plays out a complex struggle. It is a city caught between two worlds—an ancient past and a frenzied present. Included are images of the construction of major projects such as the Opera House, Grand National Theatre, and the Olympic Stadium—all part of the city’s furious redevelopment.

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Ambroise Tézenas was born in Paris in 1972. During a period spent in London he was a regular contributor to The Independent Magazine, The Telegraph Magazine, The Times and was the UK correspondent of the Paris based agency Editing. Returning to Paris in 2001 he has worked extensively for the French and international press. Patrick Zackman is a member of Magnum. He has worked extensively in China

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