Asian photography has found a new voice—or rather, voices. From their headquarters in Taiwan, Voices of Photography (VOP, 摄影之声), edited by Wei-I Lee and his team, reports on and analyzes major developments in Asian photography (along with a few volumes on Western artists).
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