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Vox Populi, London
Fiona Tan   (2012)
£5.98

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Including projects by Sophia Al-Maria, Michèle Bernstein, Michael Bracewell & Linder, Pavel Büchler, Helen Cammock, Brian Catling & Iain Sinclair, Tacita Dean, Michael Dean, Mark Dion, Yara El-Sherbini, Ruth Ewan, Liam Gillick, Susan Hiller, Bouchra Khalili, Sharon Kivland, Jarett Kobek, Deborah Levy, Harland Miller, Jonathan Monk, Rosalind Nashashibi, Mike Nelson, Ahmet Öğüt, Katrina Palmer, Bridget Penney, Olivia Plender, Elizabeth Price, Clunie Reid, David Shrigley, Slavs and Tatars, NaoKo TakaHashi, Fiona Tan, Mark Titchner, Emily Wardill & Ian White, and Nina Wakeford, among many others!

Indonesian-born artist Fiona Tan has been commissioned to make London the focus of the fifth and final installment of her Vox Populi series. Following her work in Norway, Sydney, Tokyo and Switzerland, Tan is now using family photograph albums of Londoners. By loaning their albums, the contributors have given the artist unique access to domestic imagery that ranges from the celebratory to the mundane. Intuitively themed by Tan throughout the work will present a intimate and collective image of London, calling into question how we choose to represent ourselves, and how we consume the representation of each other.

With a text by Brian Dillon, the book will be accompanied by an exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery, London in September 2012.

Co-published by Book Works with The Photographers' Gallery, London, UK.

Weight: 400 g
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