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Na Zha - Baby Care Guide

by Shi Jinsong

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This catalogue, designed by the artist himself, contains work that was produced for Shi Jinsong's first solo exhibition at Chambers Fine Art. With Na Zha Baby Boutique Shi Jinsong presents razor-sharp stainless steel sculptures, blueprints and photographs representing an outrageously unsafe line of baby products. The beautifully crafted sculptures draw the viewer in but warn not to touch. This catalogue includes a foreword by Christophe W. Mao and essay by John Tancock. Text in Chinese and English.… (more)
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This catalogue, designed by the artist himself, contains work that was produced for Shi Jinsong's first solo exhibition at Chambers Fine Art. With Na Zha Baby Boutique Shi Jinsong presents razor-sharp stainless steel sculptures, blueprints and photographs representing an outrageously unsafe line of baby products. The beautifully crafted sculptures draw the viewer in but warn not to touch. This catalogue includes a foreword by Christophe W. Mao and essay by John Tancock. Text in Chinese and English.

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