Presentation by the publisher:
" The very first photobook by legendary Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama, Japan: A Photo Theater, is finally available again in a renewed edition.
Originally published in 1968 – the year which also saw the launch of the influential Provoke magazine – the book already demonstrates Moriyama's trademark visual style. On invitation of Japanese writer Shuji Terayama, Moriyama began photographing members of a traveling theater group, adding shots of dwarf show dancers, strip clubs, street performers, fetuses in formaldehyde containers and other motifs.
This 2018 release is the first to feature English translations of Shuji Terayama's writings. The book, limited to an edition of 700, is numbered and signed by Daido Moriyama. "
We are offering only one copy. The blister has been slit-open, and the book opened for browsing by Yours Truly; is it new and in mint condition.
232 pages - Hardcover + booklet in slipcase
Getsushoya / Bookshop M, 2018 (700 copies)
Format : 23 x 31 cm
*Signed & Numbered*
New - Mint condition
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.Sold out.This limited edition, offered in 3 different versions (TypeA and TypeB, plus an already sold out Special Edition), is the outcome of the latest of Daido Moriyama's "printing show". We are offering here the "red" version a room_TypeB; you will find the "blue" version a room_TypeA through the "Suggestions" tab. 44 pages - Softcover Akio Nagasawa,...
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