雪国 / Snow Land(朝日ソノラマ・初版 / Asahi Sonorama・First Edition)

濱谷 浩 / Hiroshi Hamaya

¥9,900(¥9,000 + tax)

Publisher/朝日ソノラマ

   Published/1977
Format/ハードカバー   Pages/-   Size/210*215*13
Google翻訳
Japanese photographer Hiroshi Hamaya's photo book "Snow Land (Asahi Sonorama First Edition)". Hiroshi Hamaya was a news photographer and documentary photographer who continued to shoot mainly people living in the Japanese climate and countryside throughout the prewar and postwar years, and continued to publish numerous photographs that sounded warnings about problems in the area. In particular, "Ura Japan" (1957), which captures people living in harsh living and working environments on the Sea of Japan side, and the documentary "Record of Anger and Sadness" (1960), which records the whole story of the security struggle, , Is regarded as a masterpiece in the history of Japanese photography. This book is a long-awaited reissue of Hamatani's masterpiece, which is lined up with the above-mentioned works published in 1956. "Front Japan" "Back Japan" along the coast of the Sea of Japan that attracted Hamaya who grew up in the city of Tokyo. Hamaya has been to "Echigo" and "Kuwatori Valley" for many years and settled in Takada, and continues to portray the scene of the severe winter and the people living here. A valuable record by a great photographer who devoted himself to ethnology and continued to capture the Japanese climate and people's daily lives with a warm look. This is the Sonorama version, which has been re-edited with some contents replaced from the first edition book. The memorable first issue of the 27 Sonorama Photo Selection Series. First edition.
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