Sense Of Place

by Motohashi Seiichi


Photographs: Motohashi Seiichi

Publisher: Izu Photo Museum / Nohara

368 pages

Pictures: 262 (b&w)

Year: 2016

ISBN: 978-4-904257-35-7

Price: 48

Comments: Softcover, language: jap/engl, 25,7 × 18,2 cm

Published with an exhibition at Izu Photo Museum, this breathtaking volume of photographs by Motohashi Seiichi documents the lives of ordinary people. He has produced images since the 1960s, turning his camera lens on diverse areas of human endeavour: popular entertainment, slaughterhouses, coal mines, and train stations. Motohashi has also produced films documenting the lives and loss of people around Chernobyl, as well as made portraits in the wake of the nuclear meltdowns in Japan following the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami. This book presents a plethora of work from nine series spanning his career, including two previously unpublished early series.


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Sense Of Place

by Motohashi Seiichi


Photographs: Motohashi Seiichi

Publisher: Izu Photo Museum / Nohara

368 pages

Pictures: 262 (b&w)

Year: 2016

ISBN: 978-4-904257-35-7

Price: 48

Comments: Softcover, language: jap/engl, 25,7 × 18,2 cm

Published with an exhibition at Izu Photo Museum, this breathtaking volume of photographs by Motohashi Seiichi documents the lives of ordinary people. He has produced images since the 1960s, turning his camera lens on diverse areas of human endeavour: popular entertainment, slaughterhouses, coal mines, and train stations. Motohashi has also produced films documenting the lives and loss of people around Chernobyl, as well as made portraits in the wake of the nuclear meltdowns in Japan following the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami. This book presents a plethora of work from nine series spanning his career, including two previously unpublished early series.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Sense Of Place

by Motohashi Seiichi


Photographs: Motohashi Seiichi

Publisher: Izu Photo Museum / Nohara

368 pages

Pictures: 262 (b&w)

Year: 2016

ISBN: 978-4-904257-35-7

Price: 48

Comments: Softcover, language: jap/engl, 25,7 × 18,2 cm

Published with an exhibition at Izu Photo Museum, this breathtaking volume of photographs by Motohashi Seiichi documents the lives of ordinary people. He has produced images since the 1960s, turning his camera lens on diverse areas of human endeavour: popular entertainment, slaughterhouses, coal mines, and train stations. Motohashi has also produced films documenting the lives and loss of people around Chernobyl, as well as made portraits in the wake of the nuclear meltdowns in Japan following the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami. This book presents a plethora of work from nine series spanning his career, including two previously unpublished early series.


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more books tagged »black and white« | >> see all

more books tagged »Japanese« | >> see all

more books tagged » documentary« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com