王国 / Man and His Land(With OBI)

奈良原 一高 / Ikko Narahara

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Publisher/中央公論社

   Published/1971
Format/ハードカバー   Pages/-   Size/265*220*15
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Photograph book "Kingdom" of the representative photographer of Japan representative Ichihara Narahara. After graduating from Chuo University Law School, he majored in art history at Waseda University's graduate school, and since then has devoted himself to avant-garde art, deepening exchanges with many artists, and opening up a photographer's path, Kazuhiro Narahara. Made a striking debut at the 1956 exhibition "The Land of Humanity" and won the Japan Critics Association Newcomer Award at the "Kingdom" of 58. Since the 60's, he has established a solid position in Europe, the time when it has stopped, and the time when it has been announced through migration and travel abroad, becoming a leader in the post-war Japanese photography world, and being nicknamed IKKO overseas. It is well known for its high reputation. This book is the first work of "Contemporary Image", which summarizes the works of a representative photographer in Japan. "A land of silence," a picture of a boy's abbey in Hokkaido, in addition to Wakayama Women's Prison, "Inside the wall" "Also consists of three parts added.
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Vinyl cover: Small thread, Jacket: Small color body: Cover small color, sky, earth, small edge small color, turning over and page margin small color, other aged
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