1983 直方・北九州

尾仲 浩二 / Koji Onaka

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Publisher/グラフィカ編集室

   Published/2008
Format/ソフトカバー   Pages/77   Size/183*243*8
Google翻訳
A collection of works by Japan's leading photographer, Koji Onaka, "1983 Nogata Kitakyushu". In the fifth issue of the photobook series "Memoria Grafica", we approach the beginning of Onaka's early masterpiece, "Tall Awada Kusa". When she attended Tokyo Photography College (now Tokyo Visual Arts), she joined the Daido Moriyama Seminar. After graduation, she became a member of the legendary little gallery "CAMP", which was run mainly by Moriyama and Keizo Kitajima. Koji Onaka who became a member. Moriyama told me that "we don't have to take a picture for three years, so let's see how we do it" (from the text). In the summer, the story of CAMP's dissolution came out, so I thought, "I'll do my own photo exhibition at least once," and set out to travel to Nakata, hometown of Fukuoka Prefecture. Then, in December of that year, a solo exhibition "Tall Awa Tachibusa" was held. CAMP was dissolved in February 1984. This is Onaka's preface work, which will be followed by "Tall Awakidaku", "Landscape" and "Journey".
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