These Taiwanese wedding pictures are not the celebratory nuptial norm that are the bread and butter of photographers everywhere, but rather a jaundiced look at the institution and the industry of marriage. A couple is caught in a net of spray-string confetti; a bride poses among ruin; a chain of wedding couples kisses in a zoo with caged elephants behind them; and a post-nuptial couple, in all their Western finery, sleep soundly, and separately, in the back of a limousine. "I do, I do, I do" reveals conflicts that the artist feels about the notion of marriage and all the traditional family pressures that it entails.

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 120
Size: 10 1/4 x 10 1/4"
Publisher: Premier Foundation (Taiwan, 2001)