S

@ Rumando, Tokyo

978-4905453611

New

Presentation by Zen Foto :  

"Tokyo Rumando's new body of work S incorporates theatrical elements, which transform her self-portraits from a story into a play, performed at ther own stage theatre, leading the viewer into another time and space..

«  S is Story
     She=S
     S=Sexualviolet
     S is es
     S is Sandglass
     Sayonara S »

         -- Tokyo Rumando "

136 pages - Softcover in a soft slipcase

Zen Foto Gallery, 2018 (500 copies)

Format : 15.5 x 23 cm

New - Mint condition

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$51.95

Rumando, Tokyo

Tokyo Rumando is a self-taught Japanese photographer who started photography at 25 while working as a model for movies and magazines. Her work mainly consists of self-portraits - often in the nude - and portraits of Rakugo artists (a traditional form of humorous theatre). © Self-portrait from the series Orphée
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