動物園 / Zoo

橋口 譲二 / George Hashiguchi

¥2,750(¥2,500 + tax)

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   Published/1989
Format/ハードカバー   Pages/191   Size/215*305*20
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A collection of works by Joji Hashiguchi, one of Japan's leading photographers, "Zoo". Joji Hashiguchi, who loves "human beings" and has an interest in "individuals" and "individual existence", has created numerous documents both in Japan and overseas. Hashiguchi's style is to depict photographs that pose problems to the world through contact with people who are not exposed to the sun and people on the street, like "back" rather than "front" and "shadow" rather than "light". . As the title suggests, this book consists of illustrations taken at the "zoo", and is set not only in Tokyo but also in Berlin, New York, Moscow, London, Delhi, Ho Chi Minh City, Seoul, Mexico City, and other places around the world. are recorded. It is a book full of "human drama" in Hashiguchi's typical zoo, from works captured from a unique angle between humans and animals, reminiscent of Garry Winogrand's masterpiece "The Animals".
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<Condition> Good. Small damage for flyleaf.
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