3 edition of wandering lake found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Sven Hedin; translated from the Swedish by F. H. Lyon; with 32 illustrations, 76 sketches and 10 maps.|
|Contributions||Lyon, F. H. b. 1885.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
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The Wandering Inn book. Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. “No killing Goblins.”So reads the sign outside of The Wandering /5(18). Conceptually mirroring the installation in the galleries, Patty Chang’s artist book The Wandering Lake, – is comprised of a photo essay that details her travels to the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of Western China—the site of the Wandering Lake—and other aquatic locations. The photographs are accompanied by Chang’s writings and select excerpts from authors .
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The lake of Lop Nur, the "Heart of the heart of Asia," is one of the world’s strangest phenomena. Situated in the wild Chinese province of Xinjiang, Lop Nur - "The wandering lake"- has for millennia been in a perpetual state of flux, drifting north to south, often tens of kilometres in as many years/5.
The lake of Lop Nur, the *Heart of the heart of Asia,* is one of the world’s strangest phenomena. Situated in the wild Chinese province of Xinjiang, Lop Nur - *The wandering lake*- has for millennia been in a perpetual state of flux, drifting north to south, often tens of kilometres in as many by: The Wandering Lake Hardcover – January 1, by Sven Hedin (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover $ 3/5(1). Accompanying her exhibition of the multiyear project A Wandering Lake at the Queens Museum that was in part inspired by turn-of-the-century colonial explorer Sven Hedin's book Wandering Lake ()—which tells the story of a migrating body of water in the Chinese desert—this book alludes to the loss of Chang's father, as well as her pregnancy and the birth of her son.
The artist's book. While Chang's multi-year project was in part inspired by turn-of-the-century colonial explorer Sven Hedin's book 'Wandering Lake' () which tells the story of a migrating body of water in the Chinese desert, the project also chronicles the loss of Chang's father as well as her pregnancy and the birth of her son.
Exhibition: Queens Museum. Inthe Swedish explorer published his book entitled The Wandering Lake. Comparing this very precise map from Sven Hedin’s book with the above Moderate-resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) false-color image (acquired on Octo ), one can find a faint sign on the soil where the Lop Nor was located.
The title of Patty Chang’s solo exhibition, “The Wandering Lake,” is a reference to Swedish explorer Sven Hedin’s eponymous book published inin which Hedin documents his search for a mysteriously transient body of water.
InChang traveled to the northwest province of Xinjiang, China, to find the lake known as Lop Nur for. “THE Wandering Lake”, originally published in A Swedish, is the third volume which Dr. Sven Hedin has devoted for the benefit of a non-technical public to the activities of the members of his.
The Wandering Lake is a personal, associative, narrative meditation on mourning, caregiving, geopolitics and landscape. Patty Chang is interested in looking at water resource as a political and poetical infrastructure. The project is, inspired by a turn-of-the-century colonial explorer Sven Hedin’s book Wandering Lake, in which he attempts to map location of a migrating body of water in the.
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The exhibition of this project at the Queens Museum will be designed to mirror Chang's larger artistic approach; a singular complex narrative will be presented through an installation that attempts to replicate the complex way stories develop through geography, history, cultural.
Another book with a familiar title, “The Wandering Lake: Into the Heart of Asia” (), was a main inspiration for Chang. Written by early 20th century Swedish explorer Sven Hedin, it. The Wandering Lake PDF By:Sven Hedin Published on by Tauris Parke Paperbacks. The lake of Lop Nur, the ‘heart of the heart of Asia’, is one of the world’s strangest phenomena.
Situated in the wild Chinese province of Xinjiang, Lop Nur - ‘the wandering lake’- has for millennia been in a perpetual state of flux, drifting north to south, often tens of kilometres in as many years.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hedin, Sven Anders, Wandering lake. London: Routledge, [?] (OCoLC) Online version. The lake of Lop-nor, the 'heart of the heart of Asia', is one of the world's strangest phenomena. Situated in the wild Chinese province of Xinjiang, Lop-nor - 'the wandering lake'- has for millennia been in a perpetual state of flux, drifting north to south, often tens of kilometres in as many years.
It was once the lifeblood of the great Silk Road kingdom of Lou-lan, which flourished in this. The book conceptually mirrors the installation in the galleries and is comprised of a photo essay by Chang detailing her travels to the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of Western China, the site of the wandering lake, and other aquatic locations, along with selected excerpts from the aforementioned literatures and other sources in relevant.
Given the book’s beauty, depth of thought, and thoroughness, and the exhibition’s explanatory reliance on it, The Wandering Lake may prove to Author: Louis Bury. The Wandering Lake.
Author: Hedin, Sven Title: The Wandering Lake Publication: New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Edition: First American Edition, First Printing Description: First American Edition, First ver. Near Fine / Very Good. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., pp with 32 illustrations (plates) 78 sketches and 10 maps Foldout map bound in at end of text block.
Text is Seller Rating: % positive. In the final gallery there is a miscellany of archival material, including “The Wandering Lake,” a book by the Swedish explorer Sven Hedin that lent this exhibition its title. It is about Author: Nancy Princenthal. While Chang’s multi-year project was in part inspired by turn-of-the-century colonial explorer Sven Hedin’s book The Wandering Lake () - which tells.
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