Identity

Identifier

S1.140

Title and Statement of Responsiblity

Bohemia / Design: alan@axis.zen.co.uk; Print: Jackson Wilson

Creator(s)

Access status

Open

Edition Statement:

[1st edition]

Publication Statement

Salford, United Kingdom : Viewpoint Photography Gallery , 1997

Content

Scope and Content

Exhibition catalogue for 'Behemia' by Dinu LI held at the View Point Gallery in Salford in 1997, featuring photographs created by the artist whilst living for two years in Czechoslovakia with a Czech family.

Dinu Li presents us with a document of a Czech family juxtaposed with photographs from their own family album. This work is highly selective, honing in on a few key motifs, such as rituals of harvesting, cooking and pickling, and most importantly, Li's rendering of time. His own photographs cause a dialogue to take place between the two timeframes, sometimes poignant, sometimes funny. Li achieves an absorbing piece of work that bypasses the frenetic chaos that our cameras lead to, to escape disconnection, and to bring a calm sanity to this family's images.

Content Extent

28 pages 16 photographs

Content Type

text , still image

Language Information

Latin (is associated with)

Management and Use

Conditions on Access

The physical publication is available for research purposes in the CFCCA search room by appointment. Items in our library collection are not available for external loans.

Carrier

Representation Type

unmediated

Record Resource Extent

Related Content

Related People and Organisations

Li, Dinu, artist (is associated with)
Viewpoint Photography Gallery (has publisher)

Related places

United Kingdom ()
Salford (is associated with)

Related Terms

exhibition catalogues (is associated with)
text (is associated with)
still images (is associated with)
English (is associated with)
Latin (is associated with)
Photographs (is associated with)
unmediated (is associated with)
volumes (is associated with)
Czech (has or had language)
monochrome (has colour content)
Open (has access status)

Notes

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