Motohiko Hasui is a young fashion photographer, offering with Personal Matters a journey in his daily life, sharing insignificant moments, surprising or funny ones, in and around his hometown Tokyo, with sometimes his friends appearing. A sort of tug-of-war of feelings shows through these images, as one can sense an attraction for western culture and ideals and also an affection for Japanese culture and traditions.
A simple book with straightforward images, Personal Matters carries both an energy and a melancholy that are not necessarily divided along the lines of the cultural struggle...
This rather small-format book is presented as a beautiful notebook, with faux-leather covers and an elastic band to close it (sold with the band open).
104 pages - Hardcover, no DJ
New - Mint condition
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