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Mappenwerk

Masters of Modern Photography Japan
1950-2002

Portfolio mit 12 Archival Pigment-Prints auf Hahnemühle-Papier 2005. Von 27,6 x 27,7 cm (48,2 x 32,8 cm) bis 27,6 x 42,8 cm (32,8 x 48,2 cm), Hoch- und Querformate. Jeweils mit Bleistift signiert und nummeriert, davon 11 Abzüge im unteren Bildrand, ein Abzug rückseitig. Zusammen mit zwei Deckblättern, darauf ausführliche maschinenschriftliche Angaben zur Edition sowie biographische Angaben zu den Photographen in originaler Metall-Portfoliobox. Exemplar 82/100. The Swaminathan Foundation in Japan, Tokyo.

Inhalt:
Masahisa Fukase, Nayoro, 1977
Eikoh Hosoe, Kazuo Ohno Breathing in the Spirit of Shohaku Soga, 1997
Yasuhiro Ishimoto, Joy of Color, 2002
Kikuji Kawada, Atomic Bomb Dome, Stain, Ceiling, Hiroshima, 1960-1965
Daido Moriyama, Stray Dog, Misawa, 1971
Shigeichi Nagano, Monk of Kita Kamakura, 1950
Tadayuki Naito, Blue Lotus, o.J.
Tokihiro Sato, Photo-respiration 1998 Yura #340, 1998
Toshio Shibata, #189 Yunotani Village, Nigata Prefecture, 1989
Issei Suda, Ginzan Spa, Yamagata, August 1976
Yoshihiko Ueda, Hanna, Hands and Feet, 1998
Hiroshi Yamazaki, The Sun is Longing for the Sea, 1978