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DAIDO MORIYAMA - JAPAN, A PHOTO THEATER II
DAIDO MORIYAMA - JAPAN, A PHOTO THEATER II
DAIDO MORIYAMA - JAPAN, A PHOTO THEATER II
DAIDO MORIYAMA - JAPAN, A PHOTO THEATER II
DAIDO MORIYAMA - JAPAN, A PHOTO THEATER II
DAIDO MORIYAMA - JAPAN, A PHOTO THEATER II

DAIDO MORIYAMA - JAPAN, A PHOTO THEATER II

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DAIDO MORIYAMA
Japan, a Photo Theater II

Published by Asahi Sonorama, 1978
Book size 21 x 22 cm
Pages 120 pages + 113 images
Hardcover with a dust jacket
Language Japanese
First edition
Good condition, slight yellowing in the pages

An early and rare edition by post-war Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama, embracing his photographic expression with this edition of Japan, a Photo Theatre II from 1978.

"In his first exhibit, "Japan: a Photo Theater I," Moriyama recorded the lives and expressions of traveling actors, as the title implies. In this book, however, all photographs were taken in Tokyo. In these he takes objects existing in the world such as posters, magazines, mannequins, etc., which other people see as mass media, and places them on his own stage as though they were his own objects. When we look at these photographs...the reflection of his soul, we are made to notice what exactly we are looking at in daily life.” - Shoji Yamagishi

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Une édition précoce et rare du photographe japonais d'après-guerre Daido Moriyama, embrassant son expression photographique avec cette édition Japon, a Photo Theater II de 1978.

"Dans sa première exposition," Japan: a Photo Theatre I ", Moriyama a enregistré les vies et expressions d'acteurs itinérants, comme son titre l'indique. Dans ce livre, cependant, toutes les photographies ont été prises à Tokyo. Dans celles-ci, il prend des objets existant dans le monde tels que des affiches, des magazines, des mannequins, etc. médias, et les place sur sa propre scène comme s'il s'agissait de ses propres objets. Quand nous regardons ces photographies ... le reflet de son âme, nous sommes obligés de remarquer ce que nous regardons exactement dans la vie quotidienne.” - Shoji Yamagishi