麿 赤児 幻野行 / Maro Akaji Going through the Field of Illusion

朝倉 俊博 / Toshihiro Asakura

¥5,000 + tax

Publisher/深夜叢書社

   Published/1979
Format/ハードカバー&スリップケース   Pages/-   Size/315*308*20
Google翻訳
A photo book "Gengenko" by Japanese photographer Toshihiro Asakura. In the latter half of the 1960s, an energetic and chaotic town called Shinjuku Kazebo in the magazine “Asahi Graph”, which is an intersection of various cultures such as theater, music, and photography, with many people flowing from the region. Serialized and debuted as a photographer (1969). After that, Toshihiro Asakura, who has continued to publish works in the same magazine as "Ryumin Retsuden" (1972), "Susurai Utajou" (1975), and "Tenku Geishinroku" (1978). This book is also a collection of works by Akaji Maro, who presides over the dance company "Dairakudakan", which has been published in various magazines including "Asahi Graph". Speaking of butohs and photographers, Eikoh Hosoe's "Kamaman" (1969) is also famous, but this book also has a strange presence with white-painted maro. In the postscript, Asakura commented on Maro as "what a transparent and supple body full of violence," and asked for "what it could be when confronting a" scene "" for 10 years. , The shooting journeys that have continued intermittently have crystallized. Text by movie director Kiyojun Suzuki and poet Norio Osaki. (Recorded in The Japanese Photobook 1912–1990)
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