Time and Tide: Photographs of the Anti-extradition Bill Protests in Hong Kong (潮涌:香港反修例運動影像記錄). Initium Media.
Time and Tide: Photographs of the Anti-extradition Bill Protests in Hong Kong (潮涌:香港反修例運動影像記錄)

Time and Tide: Photographs of the Anti-extradition Bill Protests in Hong Kong (潮涌:香港反修例運動影像記錄)

Hong Kong: Initium Media Technology Ltd, 2020. First Edition. Hardcover. NEW. Illustrated paper boards. Bilingual. Colour plates. 28.5 x 20.3 x 2.5 cm (oblong). Unpaginated. / No dust jacket (as issued). Item #12287

‘Every photograph is not just the image of a frozen moment, but of the past and future too. Because to take photographs is to nurture hope.’ — Celal Salik, leading Turkish newspaper columnist for Milliyet (1971)

Some of the most memorable moments of the Hong Kong anti-extradition movement captured by the talented photographers at local news outlet Initium Media 端傳媒, and collected in one, beautiful volume, entitled Time and Tide or 潮湧.

Says Lam Chun-tung 林振東, director of photography for Initium Media —

‘This is a collection of images portraying Hong Kong in the anti-extradition movement shot by me and many other photographers. The internet is already flooded with protests [sic] images, yet we will believe that a photo in print can create a unique space for readers to reprocess, re-experience and rethink about the meaning of the movement to them. Whether our work can withstand the test of time, only time will tell.’


凝視時代潮浪 真誠紀實之作
★☆馬傑偉教授、郭力昕教授誠意推薦

如水般的人潮,煙霧瀰漫的街頭,炙熱如火的抗爭前線,這一幕幕交織構成2019下半年裡香港人的共同回憶。攝影師身處前線,用鏡頭捕捉到這些珍貴畫面,亦紀錄下未會被大眾所看見的細節。

《潮湧》是端傳媒首本中英雙語紀實精裝攝影集。由堅守前線的攝影師們精選123張照片,從百萬人遊行到理大圍城,近距離紀錄香港由夏至冬的潮浪翻湧。以紙本的力量創造獨特的時空,讓讀者重溫、感受和思考這場運動。同書收錄雙語反修例運動大事紀,仔細梳理各個重要時刻。

「這一冊影像詮釋,把激變中的香港,定格在歷史潮湧的浪尖,騰出思考與沉澱的空間。」
——馬傑偉(香港中文大學新聞及傳播學院退休教授)

「在政治事務上似乎沉睡了一個多世紀的香港市民,過去幾年以來...... 快速打開了對公共事務和政治參與的高度投入與強大意志。」
——郭力昕(台灣政治大學傳播學院教授)

隨《潮湧》附贈端傳媒1個月暢讀會員


目錄
【推薦序】馬傑偉 教授
【推薦序】郭力昕 教授
【前言】林振東 端傳媒攝影主任
01. 潮 Masses
02. 煙 Smoke
03. 暴 Force
04. 唱 Sing
05. 困 Deadlock
06. 火 Burning
2019香港反修例運動——大事紀 A Timeline of the 2019 Anti-Extradition Bill Protests in Hong Kong.

Price: HK$420.00