Jōji Hashiguchi is a Japanese photographer.
After photographing the streets of several European cities (Londres, Liverpool, West Berlin) and New York, he publishes the seminal book that launched his career as a photographer: "We Have no Place to Be" (Soshisha, 1982).
This book is re-published in an extended version in 2020 by Session Press: "We have no place to be 1980-1982".
You can find an interview of the photographer about this work on the British Journal of Photography website.
Presentation by Session Press: " We Have No Place to Be (originally published by Soshisha in 1982) launched Hashiguchi's illustrious 40-year career, and remains widely regarded as one of the photographer's seminal early works. This new edition from Session Press, supervised and edited by Hashiguchi himself, is comprised of 139 black and white...