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Title Statement
  • Chinese propaganda posters
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Tachen , Köln : 2003
  • 2003
  • Språk: Flerspråkigt verk.
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Physical Description
  • 320 s.
Language Note
  • Text på egelska, tyska och franska
Subject - Topical Term
  • 3-8228-2619-7
  • 3-8228-2619-7
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*24510$aChinese propaganda posters  /$c[from the collection of Michael wolf, with essays by Anchee Min, Duo Duo and Stefan R. Landesberger]
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*7001 $aMin, Anchee ,$d1957-$4aut
*950  $aGrafisk design
*950  $aGraphic design
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With his smooth, warm, red face which radiated light in all directions, Chairman Mao Zedong was a fixture in Chinese propaganda posters produced between the birth of the People's Republic in 1949 and the early 1980s. These infamous posters were, in turn, central fixtures in Chinese homes, railway stations, schools, journals, magazines, and just about anywhere else where people were likely to see them. Chairman Mao, portrayed as a stoic superhero (a.k.a. the Great Teacher, the Great Leader, the Great Helmsman, the Supreme Commander), appeared in all kinds of situations (inspecting factories, smoking a cigarette with peasant workers, standing by the Yangzi River in a bathrobe, presiding over the bow of a ship, or floating over a sea of red flags), flanked by strong, healthy, ageless men and ""masculinized"" women and children wearing baggy, sexless, drab clothing. The goal of each poster was to show the Chinese people what sort of behavior was considered morally correct and how great the future of Communist China would be if everyone followed the same path toward utopia by uniting together. Combining fact and fiction in a way typical of propaganda art, these posters exuded positive vibes and seemed to suggest that Mao was an omnipresent force that would accompany China to happiness and greatness. This book brings together a selection of colorful propaganda artworks and cultural artifacts from photographer Michael Wolf's vast collection of Chinese propaganda posters, many of which are now extremely rare.

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