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書名: 1966—1976我的自拍像
Cultural Revolution Selfies
作者: 王秋杭
Wang Qiuhang
序: 舒陽
Shu Yang
頁數: 72
出版: 2017年7月18日
經銷: 田園書屋
電話:852-2385-8031
ISBN: 978-988-13295-2-3
定價: HK$ 398
 

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從《1966—1976我的自拍像》的照片影像看,幾乎看不到王秋杭在生活中經歷的這些挫折。照片中的王秋杭時而直面鏡頭面帶微笑,時而表情誇張地扮演角色,看不出明顯的心情陰鬱。攝影在自拍中成為王秋杭脫離冷酷現實的避風港,那些面帶微笑和誇張表演的表情承載著這個私密世界裏的人生美夢,攝影成就的夢想。從這些自拍中,似乎看到同時代共有的生活渴望與訴求。

"From the photos in this volume, we almost don’t see the frustrations Wang Qiuhang suffered throughout those years. In some he is smiling at the camera, in others holding an exaggerated pose, but there is not a single gloomy expression to be seen. Taking a 'selfie' became a sanctuary from the cold reality. Those smiles and poses are an expression of his private life, photography realizing his dreams. In these 'selfies' one can see the common aspirations that marked that era."

——舒陽
穿越時光
—讀王秋杭的攝影《1966—1976 我的自拍像》
- Shu Yang
"Through Time
- Reflections on Cultural Revolution Selfies"
 
 

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When Wang Qiuhang's father commited suicide, his life changed dramatically. "I was not reconciled to this situation, however, and insisted on following my Red Guard group to Beijing, where I took a photo of myself in Tiananmen Square holding my Little Red Book (Quotations from Chairman Mao). (Wang Qiuhang, Beijing, November 1966)

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For the rest of his youth, Wang wanted nothing more but to be a soldier. However, because of his family background, all of his efforts to enlist were denied and he could only fulfill his dream in photos, here posing in a mock battle scene. (Wang Qiuhang, Heilongjiang, 1970)

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Wearing a necktie and watch confiscated by Red Guards in house raids and drinking to forget his worries, Wang poses as a decadent capitalist. "I wondered: Would I become like them some day?" (Wang Qiuhang, Hangzhou, 1976)

 
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