Code Unknown

by Satoshi Fujiwara


Photographs: Satoshi Fujiwara

Publisher: Amana

58 pages

Year: 2015

Price: 47

Comments: 27 x 37 cm, soft cover, first edition, Japanese / English

Berlin-based photographer Satoshi Fujiwara's Code Unknown series takes its cue from the film of the same title directed by Michael Haneke, whom Fujiwara admires. In this series, Fujiwara surreptitiously photographed subway passengers and limited the “codes” for reading the resulting images by framing and digitally processing them and making the subjects' identities nearly illegible. Fujiwara’s bold series is also an attempt to resolve the contemporary photographic problem of “portrait rights.”


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Code Unknown

by Satoshi Fujiwara


Photographs: Satoshi Fujiwara

Publisher: Amana

58 pages

Year: 2015

Price: 47

Comments: 27 x 37 cm, soft cover, first edition, Japanese / English

Berlin-based photographer Satoshi Fujiwara's Code Unknown series takes its cue from the film of the same title directed by Michael Haneke, whom Fujiwara admires. In this series, Fujiwara surreptitiously photographed subway passengers and limited the “codes” for reading the resulting images by framing and digitally processing them and making the subjects' identities nearly illegible. Fujiwara’s bold series is also an attempt to resolve the contemporary photographic problem of “portrait rights.”


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more books tagged »Japanese« | >> see all

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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Code Unknown

by Satoshi Fujiwara


Photographs: Satoshi Fujiwara

Publisher: Amana

58 pages

Year: 2015

Price: 47

Comments: 27 x 37 cm, soft cover, first edition, Japanese / English

Berlin-based photographer Satoshi Fujiwara's Code Unknown series takes its cue from the film of the same title directed by Michael Haneke, whom Fujiwara admires. In this series, Fujiwara surreptitiously photographed subway passengers and limited the “codes” for reading the resulting images by framing and digitally processing them and making the subjects' identities nearly illegible. Fujiwara’s bold series is also an attempt to resolve the contemporary photographic problem of “portrait rights.”


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more books tagged »Japanese« | >> see all

more books tagged »portrait« | >> see all

more books tagged »close up« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com