Since 1999, Tseng Min-hsiung has been presenting us with the strength of his extraordinary will by traveling from place to place in Taiwan, using traditional portrait photography to record the unique qualities of people he encounters in various fields. In April of 2002, Tseng Min-hsiung took the last photograph of painter Max Liu before he died.
In other memorable portraits, human rights writer Bo Yang sits in front of a French window, revealing another contemplative Bo Yang in the reflection, and puppet master Huang Hai-tai extends his large hands in front of the camera, showing us the beauty of his turbulent life recorded in his palms. These individuals, peerless at the top of their game, gradually became fixtures in our memories as their corporeal lives faded away, and through his skill as a photographer, Tseng was able to vividly preserve their inner spirits in the photographic medium.
Source: Taipei Fine Arts Museum
ISBN: 9789860223552 Publish: 2010-01 Author: Taipei Fine Arts Museum Publisher: Taipei Fine Arts Museum Language： Chinese．English Cover: Paperback Pages: 35 Size：25.5 x 25 cm
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