From the back cover:
"Nobuyoshi Araki's Tokyo gathers twenty-eight exquisite diptychs by the artist from the 1970s. As one of Araki's first independent book projects, Tokyo is the prelude to his searing and ongoing exploration of life and the urban space of his hometown.
More than forty years after the first edition, Tokyo is being republished - as a bibliophile's monograph, supplemented for the first time by both the German and English translations of Kōji Taki's original essay, along with new texts by Yasufumi Nakamori and Inka Graeve Ingelmann."
This new edition of Tokyo is co-published by "Only Photography" and "Pinakhotek der Moderne", Münich. The contents are identical, but the covers differ. The "Only Photography" version is 40 € (publisher's pricing), the "Pinakothek der Moderne" version is 36 € (publisher's pricing).
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82 pages - Softcover with flaps
Only Photography / Pinakothek der Moderne, 2018
Format : 22.2 x 30 cm
New - Mint condition
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.Back in stock - New lower publisher price.Presentation by Session Press : "One of the most influential photographers of our time, Nobuyoshi Araki is known for his diaristic style through the publication of over 500 books throughout his career. It is, however, less known that Araki had explored experimental film projects since the mid 80s. In 1986...
Publisher's presentation : "Hidden away in a box labelled Last Year’s Photographs, 38 pictures Nobuyoshi Araki took between 1975 and 1976 spent a quiet life, to surface as a time capsule of the Japanese photographer’s early work.The photos - mostly snapshots of people in streets and trains, in stark black and white - capture private moments in Tokyo’s...
.Back in stock.Presentation by Only Photography: "This book shows – aside from very few images already published in our large scale book At home from 2011 many more exceptional images e.g. of American luxury cars of the 1960s/1970s. The great documentary photographers were essentially invisible. Your gaze went directly to the subject before the camera,...
Presentation : "Tokyo is a visual journey through a city at once futuristic and obsolete, its visionary design worn out – like that of a past era. Johanasson uses photography to index the city, finding form and pragmatic order through accumulation and sequence, revealing the city's hidden, modular logic: lego-like segments, a basic square unit repeated...