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New facsimilé edition of the 3 volumes of the seminal Provoke magazine initially published in November 1968, March 1969 and August 1969, widely considered the cornerstone of the new Japanese photography in the 1970s and beyond.

This magazine was created by critic & photographers Kōji Taki and Takuma Nakahira, photographer Yutaka Takanashi, and writer Takahiko Okada. The photographer Daidō Moriyama joined the team with the second issue.

The three volumes come with an additional booklet containing the texts from the 3 issues translated in English and Chinese. The 4 volumes are presented in a plastic bag with the "Provoke" logo printed.

Formats & Numbers of pages (approx.):

 - Volume 1 : 21 x 21 cm - 80 pages

 - Volume 2 : 18 x 24 cm - 120 pages

 - Volume 3 : 18.5 x 24 cm - 120 pages

 - Translations booklet : 18 x 24 cm - 80 pages

Nitesha, 2018

New - Mint condition


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