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MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION
MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION

MASAO YAMAMOTO - BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION

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MASAO YAMAMOTO
BONSAI MICROCOSM MACROCOSM DELUXE EDITION

Published by T&M project in 2019
Numbered, limited edition of 10
Box 10/10 edition


Box includes : 
Wooden box made by Japanese craftsmen
Certificate
Bonsai Book (signed)
4 toned gelatin silver prints (hand printed) of the Bonsai series
All 4 wrapped in Japanese textured paper
Design: Yuta NakajimaBox made by Hiroaki Ichige
This print is made ONLY for the Deluxe Edition

Like a Bonsai, this box is a miniature and beautiful way to access Masao Yamamoto’s inner world.

Bonsai embody several contradictions. They are natural objects forced into artificial shapes. They obey the will of their owner yet decide their growth freely. They take years to cultivate yet require daily attention. In “Bonsai – Microcosms Macrocosms”, photographer (and trained oil painter) Masao Yamamoto captured the beauty bonsai – these essential Japanese objects – in fascinating, sepia-colored images. Utilizing different backgrounds (like the famous Mt. Fuji), techniques and styles, Yamamoto regards each of the trees in his photos with care and respect, accentuating their dual presence as artificial objects and fragments of nature. The book concludes with an essay by bonsai artist Akiyama Minoru (in Japanese and English translation).

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Le bonsaï incarne plusieurs contradictions. Ce sont des objets naturels contraints à des formes artificielles. Ils obéissent à la volonté de leur propriétaire mais décident librement de leur croissance. Ils prennent des années à cultiver mais nécessitent une attention quotidienne. Dans «Bonsai - Microcosms Macrocosms», Masao Yamamoto a capturé leur beauté  - ces objets japonais essentiels - dans des images fascinantes de couleur sépia. Utilisant différents horizons (comme le célèbre mont Fuji) comme différentes techniques ou styles, Yamamoto considère chacun des arbres de ses photos avec soin et respect, accentuant leur double présence en tant qu'objets artificiels et fragments de la nature. Le livre se termine par un essai de l'artiste Akiyama Minoru (traduction japonaise et anglaise).