ME TV - Thomas Sauvin and Erik Kessels

ME TV is publication made as a collaboration between Thomas Sauvin and Erik Kessels in Beijing. From the many pictures documenting TVs in China, these eight photographs are the best they’ve ever seen. Found in a market in Beijing, the images show a woman in her late sixties, always in an identical pose. In fact, the only thing that changes is her outfit. Or rather, the only thing that changes is her top, a new colourful jumper in each image. Her trousers are always the same. Even her pinkie finger remains static and strangely angled, in shot after shot.

Collected & edited by Thomas Sauvin and Erik Kessels.
Limited to 300 copies and contains eight prints, each inserted by hand into the pages.

Edition 46 of 300

Hard cover with coil binding
24 pages
100 x 140mm
Edition of 300

  • Publisher: KesselsKramer

$250

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