Invited to document North Korea in 3D, Slovenian photographer Matjaž Tančič wanted to show something of the people who live there, stripped of rhetoric. Choosing to take portraits of people in North Korea invites controversy, criticism, and significant challenges. In the eyes of the Western world, North Korea is one of the few countries where photographic voyeurism is celebrated. Working within the rules of the North Korean regime invites accusations of being naïve or, worse, a ‘useful idiot’ of taking on the work of a complex and powerful propaganda machine.
With 3D glasses, 64 pieces of 3D cards, 5 pieces of 3D postcards, and an introduction booklet inside.
second editionSize: 23 × 7 × 6 cm
Publisher: Jiazazhi, 2018