Little North Road is a photographic collaboration that looks at a pedestrian bridge in the middle of Guangzhou. The bridge serves as a symbolic gateway into China from Africa. At the heart of this project is a selection of images collected from two Chinese itinerant portrait photographers, Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang. Equipped with digital cameras, they have made a living making portraits for Africans and other groups who wanted a memento of their time in China. Daniel Traub’s photographs on the bridge and immediate vicinity explore the broader dynamics of the area and provide a context through which to see these portraits.
Photographs by Wu Yong Fu, Zeng Xian Fang and Daniel Traub / Edited by Daniel Traub and Robert Pledge / 176 pages / 117 color plates / Essays by Barbara Pollack, Roberto Castillo, Robert Pledge and Daniel Traub / Designed by Masumi Shibata / Kehrer Verlag / 21 x 27,8 cm / ISBN: 978-3-86828-629-8
BOOK AWARDS AND HONORS
SIGNED, LIMITED AND COLLECTOR'S EDITIONS OF THE BOOK CAN BE ORDERED BELOW
SIGNED EDITION $50.00
LIMITED EDITION (edition of 12) Includes three 8.5 x 11 inch signed prints; one each from Wu, Zeng and Traub. The images can be selected from one of the three sets below: A, B or C. $350.00
COLLECTOR'S EDITION (edition of 5) includes the nine images below as 8.5 x 11 signed prints, 3 from Wu, 3 from Zeng, 3 from Traub, in a custom designed case. $970.00