佐渡 / Sado(Signed)

岩宮 武二 / Takeji Iwamiya

¥33,000(¥30,000 + tax)

Publisher/朝日新聞社

   Published/1962
Format/ハードカバー&スリップケース   Pages/-   Size/365*265*30
Google翻訳
Photobook "Sado (Signed)" by Takeji Iwamiya, one of Japan's leading photographers. In the olden days, Daido Moriyama served as an assistant, leaving behind the masterpieces of Seiryu Inoue, a photographer representing Kansai known for "Kamagasaki" and "Amami," and the "feeling scenery," which is a masterpiece that makes its name in the history of Japanese photography. Takeji Iwamiya, who has a disciple of Yasushi Sugino and others, can be said to be a leading figure in the postwar Kansai photography world. Speaking of masterpieces, the "Katachi-" series, which depicts the functional and traditional beauty of Japan. Traditional beauty of Japanese "things" such as the beauty of history, the beauty of function, the beauty of shape (modeling), and the beauty of color through buildings such as shrines and temples and living tools such as kimono. I continued to portray the beauty. And a collection of works of "Sado" which can be said to be a masterpiece of Iwamiya where this book is lined up in "Shape". For Iwamiya, who was born in Tottori prefecture and grew up looking at the Oki Islands from the mainland, Sado also nurtured the heart of island love. A masterpiece full of lyricism that spells elegy in Kojima, which has accepted many drifters. Limited to 2000 copies. With edition number. Autographed by a photographer . (Recorded in The Japanese Photobook 1912–1990)
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