This book is the result of a 1-month residency in the Itoshima peninsula, in Japan, in 2011.
Juliane Eirich chose to live outside of the city, to move using a bicycle, and to take colour images. The resulting book, Itoshima, conveys a deep sense of calm; the images selected are peaceful and serene: landscapes, trees, details of house interiors, buildings and streets without a single living soul...
Juliane Eirich offers us images where nothing is out of place or unnecessary, and that provides diffuse sense of permanence... A very interesting experience...
In addition to the photographs, you will find at the end of the book an interview of the artist with Sandra Rendgen.
80 pages - Softcover
New - Mint condition
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