Presentation by Ceiba:
" « The structure of the dummy reveals an eclectic use of notebook style and a very thorough research. The dummy deals with the emotional cries of children raised in abusive homes. The jury was impressed by the way Miki Hasegawa approached this extremely difficult subject matter. A book not easy to digest but nonetheless very significant. We found it remarkable how she tells the stories in such a respectful, delicate way. »
-- PhotoBoox Award 2017 Jury
The Internal Notebook dummy received the Special Mention at the 2017 PhotoBoox Award, was shortlisted by the following organisations: Kassel Dummy Award (2017), Unseen Photo Fair Dummy Award (2017), and was the winner of the 7th Dali International Photography Exhibition Publication Award (2017). Ceiba's trade edition was shortlisted for the Book Awards at les Rencontres d’Arles 2019 and is the winner of the 1st Centro de la Imagen Photobook Award 2019, Lima, Perù! "
PLEASE NOTE: The cover of the book as presented here is that of the Ceiba edition; however, the images of the inside of the book are from the original hand-made edition created during an artist residency at RPS - Reminders Photography Stronghold, Tokyo. The Ceiba edition has a metallic spiral binding and has been subject to a few minor changes.
The book includes 88 photographs, 16 inserts and 17 foldouts; the metallic binding is semi-visible. Texts are in both Japanese and English throughout.
222 pages - Softcover
Ceiba, 2019 (500 copies)
Format : 18.2 x 22.8 x 3.2 cm
New - Mint condition
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