With a Preface by Caroline Puel.

Lightning-swift, almost frightening modernization... Marc Riboud manages to capture Shanghai’s aura of excess. From towering skyscrapers to older neighborhoods, he introduces us to a metropolis brimming with contradictions: an international financial center and cultural crossroads, as well as a city legendary for the heady smells of opium and magnolia. Steel-and-glass skyline, urban portraits and city lights: in Demain Shanghaï, Marc Riboud portrays an ambitious and spell-binding metropolis that is on the rise and still racing to the heights.

 

'Nowhere else is my desire to photograph what’s on the move and changing as stimulated and fulfilled as it is every time I go back to Shanghai.' Marc Riboud

  • Collection : Hors collection
  • Publication Date : 17/12/2003
  • 24,7 x 31 cm, Relié (cousu), 160 pages
  • Price : 35,00 EUR
  • ean : 9782851072139

About the artist

Born in 1923, Marc Riboud took his first photographs when he was 15, at the Paris World’s Fair. By 1948, he was (...)

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