Presentation by the publisher:
"Daisuke Yokota's latest work CORPUS features his nude photography for the first time. Yokota's unique visual expression mixing reality and fiction shows the human figures in black and white getting tangled with each other in a locked room. These very intimate images give us a strange feeling about life, death and somehow a distance from everything."
The copies we are offering are signed by Daisuke Yokota.
Warning : Please note that our copies have unfortunately been slightly damaged to the free corners and show a tiny wrinkle or a slight small bend to one or two free corner(s)...
72 pages - Softcover
Artbeat Publishers, 2014
New - With minor defect (see above)
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