CHINA: tHe open door 1986

China; The Open Door: 1980 is an unromanticised view of China during its first few years following China's new negotiated policies with the United States that limited Chinese pursuit of Taiwan and limited the US's military presence in the same dialogue/ Along with that cooperation, China famously opened its doors to the world after years of isolation following the Cultural Revolution. These images were captured in three areas of China (South Canton region, Central Region in and around Beijing, and Shanghai, in 1985, during which embedded with a group of American physicians invited to see China and acts as a diplomatic exchange, Pam Theodotou was able to photograph China and her people, as yet untouched by the boom in technology that would soon come and the exposure to western economic culture that would reshape China's most basic fabric; it's People.

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infrared series: 1996-2002

This book covers a series of Infrared images from 1996-2002 just before the advent of digital mediums and at the end of the use of film. Infrared was always considered experimental at best and not the go to medium for black and white photography therefore not a lot of infrared was generally produced in the art world. The unique parameters of the form and the high failure rate of working with it made it all the more rare among photographers.  These images were captured in Iceland, England, New Orleans, Michigan, Minnesota and Michigan over a 5 year period.

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