ジャンヌ

荒木 経惟 / Nobuyoshi Araki

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Publisher/新潮社

   Published/1991
Format/ソフトカバー&スリップケース   Pages/-   Size/290*228*10
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"Jeanne" is a photo book by Nobuyoshi Araki, one of Japan's leading photographers, also known as "Araki". Published in 1991, it was shot and produced at the age of 25 in 1965, when Araki was working as an advertising cameraman for Dentsu, and was originally a private edition with prints directly pasted on four scrapbooks. It was a photo book (original title was "Gemi: La Passion de Jeanne d'Arc"). The original is lost, but about 25 years later, a film with all the pages copied was found, which led to the publication of this book. Inspired by the movie The Passion of Joan, directed by Karl Theo Dryer, the book "uses bold montage techniques to capture the vivid traces of manual work, and the atmosphere of the '60s. It seems that you can hear the youthful breath of a 25-year-old photographer who took the whole body. "
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