Charlie Chaplin

A Vision

Editor Musée de l’Elysée / Yuz Museum Shanghai / Shanghai People’s Fine Arts Publishing House
Publication date 2019
Dimensions 21 x 29 cm
Number of pages 422 pages
ISBN 978-7-5586-1372-2

The catalog of the exclusive exhibition proposed by the museum, co-produced and hosted in 2018 by the Yuz Museum Shanghai, offers a major retrospective on the master of cinematic comedy through posters, photographs and archival documents, from the actor's London childhood to his exile in Switzerland, as well as an essay on the reception of Charlie Chaplin in Asia between 1919 and 2013.

Edited by Cecilia Cenciarelli, Tatyana Franck and Carole Sandrin, with contributions from Kate Guyonvarch and Zhiwei Xiao

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