Hong Kong Barricades

Milan: Humboldt Books, 2019.
ISBN: 9788899385705
Condition: Fine
First Edition

In October 2014, Lele Saveri was in Hong Kong when thousands of people, guided by a group of students, took to the streets to demonstrate against electoral reform: what would go down in history as the ‘Umbrella Revolution’ was underway. Saveri was there by chance, but he immediately realised that he was standing before a historic event. He moves through the streets, coming into contact with people, shooting photographs. The barricades, put up using temporary fencing and various objects, strike him in particular by virtue of their structure: they are the symbol of the determination and resistance of the demonstrators, the image of a protest which does not burn out in a single season but which is still alive today. Along with the text by Joshua Wong (leader of the movement, shortlisted for the Nobel Peace Prize 2017). Item #19332

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Hong Kong Barricades. Joshua Wong Lele Saveri, Text.
Hong Kong Barricades. Joshua Wong Lele Saveri, Text.