Two copies of 'Hindsights' a publication by Peng Zuqiang, 2022
A person holding 'Hindsights', Peng Zuqiang, 2022

Hindsights by Peng Zuqiang

 
 

Hindsights is available from Cell Foundation for a retail price of £15 plus £5 postage.

 
Hindsights, is the debut publication of Chinese artist, Peng Zuqiang, launched during the occasion of his first UK solo exhibition, Sideways Looking, presented at Cell Project Space.

An edition of 300 copies, Hindsights features contributions by Ren Yue, Shaonan Xi, Alvin Li commissioned by the artist interspersed with notes, quotes, stills and outtakes collected by Peng Zuqiang. The book is copy edited by Lai Fei, designed by Studio Pianpian He & Max Harvey. Hindsights by Peng Zuqiang continues Cell’s ongoing publishing activity supporting artistic experimentation that highlights material, formal and affective potential of the artist book format.
 
Read about the publication launch event HERE
 
Peng Zuqiang makes moving images. His recent exhibitions and screenings include Times Art Center Berlin, Antenna-tenna, Antimatter, IDFA, UCCA Beijing, Open City Documentary Festival, and Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. He has received fellowships and residencies from the MacDowell, Skowhegan, OrganHaus and the Core Program. Peng is the recipient of the 'Jury Special Prize' from the 8th Huayu Youth Awards and a 'Special Mention' from Festival Film Dokumenter, Yogyakarta for his first feature film, Nan (2020). 
 
Contributors:
 
Alvin Li is a curator and writer based in Shanghai. He currently serves as Adjunct Curator, Greater China, supported by the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation, at Tate. 
 
Shaonan Xi is a writer based in Shanghai who writes about art, nightlife and queer culture. 
 
Ren Yue (ghost cascade) writes, edits and translates in Shanghai. She observes and talks about the happenings at the intersection of art and societal settings.
 
126 pages, 18 full colour plates, dimensions: 135mm x 210 mm. Layflat soft cover; black on pale brown uncoated 240 gsm paperperfect bound with jacket fold insert. Black printed interior on uncoated, off white, and coated white perfect bound, 70 gsm pages. [ISBN: 978-1-9162154-2-9]

Made possible with generous support from Antenna Space and Arts Council England.