怒りを日々の糧に / Anger is Our Daily Bread(With OBI)

栗原 達男 / Tatsuo Kurihara

¥15,000 + tax

Publisher/冬樹社

   Published/1969
Format/ソフトカバー   Pages/164   Size/260*185*15
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Anger is Our Daily Bread (With OBI), a photo book by Japanese photographer Tatsuo Kurihara. Raised in downtown Tokyo, his father is a father of a town factory. Although he moved to a private prestigious junior high school and high school, he was not satisfied with the education of supreme admission. He decided to become a photographer to appeal for the evil and contradictions of the world through photography. He went to Waseda University politics to study politics with a focus on news photography, and joined a photography circle. So he will be an assistant of news photo pioneer Hiroshi Hamaya, and will participate in battle sites around the country. After graduating, he was active in the Asahi Shimbun's photography department and became free from 1967. After that, he worked as a journalist who covered Okinawa and Japanese coal mines per body, moved to the United States temporarily after the 1970s, and after that he was eager to work not only on journalism but also on documentary creation . This book is a collection of works published in 1969 and is a masterpiece that literally spells out the record of student struggle. A documentary report on the death of a photographer who always shoots in front of a bloodshed. With obi.
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Jacket: minor scratches / small dirt / marginal minor damage band minor damage, body: heaven / ground / small edge minor burn
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