Asia Bookroom is delighted to offer for sale photographs principally from two private collections:
Gael Newton BFA, an independent Curatorial Consultant/Researcher across several fields of interest, including photography, arts and the humanities. She is an internationally recognised Australian art historian and curator specializing in surveys and studies of photography across the Asia-Pacific region;
The late Arthur Hacker MBE, collector, artist, historian, author and creator of the endearing emblem of 1970s Hong Kong - the litterbug Lap Sap Chung. He was known for his distinctive pop-art style that document 1970s and 1980s Hong Kong.
The items in this catalogue have already been sold as a collection. However, knowing how many people hold the work of sinologists David Hawkes, and his son-in-law, John Minford, in high esteem, we present here the opportunity to gain a different perspective on these scholars and their interest in China.
We hope you enjoy looking through Treasures from the Studios of the Brothers Stone.
This small catalogue of photographs and photo books offers two striking large Hong Kong Photographic Society salon exhibits circa 1955-60 by leading Chinese photographers Francis and Daisy Wu with a few books by Francis Wu. Both of this husband and wife team were prolific and much acclaimed exhibitors in international photographic society salons in the 1940s-70s.
Welcome to Asia Bookroom’s Japanese sugoroku catalogue which we have issued specifically to welcome in the New Year. Why a Japanese game catalogue at New Year? Sugoroku has a long history as a popular New Years Day family pastime. It was a day when the family were on holiday and able to spend time playing games including sugoroku.
Asia Bookroom presents a collection of 14 rare KMT political propaganda posters issued by right-wing KMT departments in the late 1920s.
This catalogue is a selection of antiquarian books, ephemera, maps and posters in English, Chinese and Japanese catalogued over the first six months of 2020.
This short catalogue is a small selection of items of Cultural Revolution interest in stock at Asia Bookroom.
A selection of highlights from our stand at the Asian Studies Conference in Boston March 2020.