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Compilation Tokyo

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Publisher's presentation:

"On April 7, 2013, a screen-printed publication was produced during a Fluxus-style atelier in Tokyo organised by Self Publish, Be Happy and GOLIGA. For two days, 11 photographers had a silkscreen workshop facility to create and print their photography as part of a limited-edition publication, COMPILATION TOKYO. The handmade publication captured the spirit and energy of the contemporary photographic scene in Tokyo and embodied a new exciting generation of artists."

Artists included in this "compilation" : Go Itami, Koji Kitagawa, Taisuke Koyama, Shinryo Saeki, Masafumi Shirakami, Hirosh Takagi, Hiroshi Takizawa, Nerhol, Kenji Hirasawa, Daisuke Yokota and Anne Schwalbe.

Edited by Bruno Ceschel (Self Publish, Be Happy) and Ivan Vartanian (Goliga).

24 pages - Booklet bound by 2 metallic pieces

SPBH Editions / Goliga, 2013 (50 copies)

New - Our copy shows slight traces of handling


Books presenting the work of a group of photographers, either working on a common project, or assembled by the publisher for the purpose of the book.
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