INOUE SEIRYU / KOJIMA ICHIRO
INOUE SEIRYU / KOJIMA ICHIRO
INOUE SEIRYU / KOJIMA ICHIRO
INOUE SEIRYU / KOJIMA ICHIRO
INOUE SEIRYU / KOJIMA ICHIRO
INOUE SEIRYU / KOJIMA ICHIRO

INOUE SEIRYU / KOJIMA ICHIRO

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INOUE SEIRYU / KOJIMA ICHIRO

Published by Rat Hole, 2007
Book size 22 x 26 cm 
Pages 26 pages 
Softcover with spiral bound, black stiff wrappers with title printed in white on cover, no dust jacket as issued
35 black-and-white plates finely printed on heavy matte paper by Daishinsha
First edition, first printing
Fair condition 

This beautiful book brings together two major Japanese photographers: INOUE SEIRYU ​​and KOJIMA ICHIRO.

While the photographs of Seiryu Inoue (1931-1988) mainly document the streets of Kamagasaki, the working-class city of Osaka at the end of the 1950s; Kojima Ichiro (1924-1964) transports us to landscapes and villages of the Peninsula of Tsugaru (North of Japan) during the post-war years. Two precious glances on a Japan which has now disappeared.

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Ce beau livre est un regard croisé entre deux grandes figures de la photographie japonaise : INOUE SEIRYU et KOJIMA ICHIRO.

Tandis que les photographies de Seiryu Inoue (1931-1988) documentent essentiellement les rues de Kamagasaki ville ouvrière d’Osaka à la fin des années 50, Kojima Ichiro (1924-1964) nous transporte lui dans les paysages et les villages de la Péninsule de Tsugaru (Nord du Japon) durant l’après-guerre. Deux précieux regards sur un Japon aujourd’hui disparu.