Gift

by Rinko Kawauchi,Terri Weifenbach


Photographs: Rinko Kawauchi, Terri Weifenbach

Text: Rinko Kawauchi, Terri Weifenbach

Publisher: Amana Inc. / IMA Gallery

160 (80 per book) pages

Pictures: 39 color illustrations + 41 color illustrations

Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-4-907519-05-6

Comments: The front cover of the Rinko Kawauchi's book and the back cover of the Terri Weifenbach's book are physically bound together First edition, 2 Hardcovers in slipcase, 195 x 253 mm, Design by Yoshihisa Tanaka

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Rinko Kawauchi and Terri Weifenbach, two internationally recognized female photographers, maintain correspondence by exchanging photographs. Kawauchi is one of Japan’s best-known photographers. Weifenbach creates fantastic images of natural landscapes. They owned books of each other’s works and began exchanging images via-email in 2011. “Gift” is a result of this photographic exchange. 

Kawauchi and Weifenbach exchanged the photographs over a long period of time. The images, which were sent as responses and as gifts to a faraway friend, constitute a story of their relationship and communicate the seasons as well as various emotions. Living in Tokyo and Washington D.C. respectively, Kawauchi and Weifenbach exchanged sincere photographic gifts, which tell a subtle tale of friendship and draw viewers into a poetic world


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Gift

by Rinko Kawauchi,Terri Weifenbach


Photographs: Rinko Kawauchi, Terri Weifenbach

Text: Rinko Kawauchi, Terri Weifenbach

Publisher: Amana Inc. / IMA Gallery

160 (80 per book) pages

Pictures: 39 color illustrations + 41 color illustrations

Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-4-907519-05-6

Comments: The front cover of the Rinko Kawauchi's book and the back cover of the Terri Weifenbach's book are physically bound together First edition, 2 Hardcovers in slipcase, 195 x 253 mm, Design by Yoshihisa Tanaka

sold out

Rinko Kawauchi and Terri Weifenbach, two internationally recognized female photographers, maintain correspondence by exchanging photographs. Kawauchi is one of Japan’s best-known photographers. Weifenbach creates fantastic images of natural landscapes. They owned books of each other’s works and began exchanging images via-email in 2011. “Gift” is a result of this photographic exchange. 

Kawauchi and Weifenbach exchanged the photographs over a long period of time. The images, which were sent as responses and as gifts to a faraway friend, constitute a story of their relationship and communicate the seasons as well as various emotions. Living in Tokyo and Washington D.C. respectively, Kawauchi and Weifenbach exchanged sincere photographic gifts, which tell a subtle tale of friendship and draw viewers into a poetic world


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more books tagged »American« | >> see all

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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Gift

by Rinko Kawauchi,Terri Weifenbach


Photographs: Rinko Kawauchi, Terri Weifenbach

Text: Rinko Kawauchi, Terri Weifenbach

Publisher: Amana Inc. / IMA Gallery

160 (80 per book) pages

Pictures: 39 color illustrations + 41 color illustrations

Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-4-907519-05-6

Comments: The front cover of the Rinko Kawauchi's book and the back cover of the Terri Weifenbach's book are physically bound together First edition, 2 Hardcovers in slipcase, 195 x 253 mm, Design by Yoshihisa Tanaka

sold out

Rinko Kawauchi and Terri Weifenbach, two internationally recognized female photographers, maintain correspondence by exchanging photographs. Kawauchi is one of Japan’s best-known photographers. Weifenbach creates fantastic images of natural landscapes. They owned books of each other’s works and began exchanging images via-email in 2011. “Gift” is a result of this photographic exchange. 

Kawauchi and Weifenbach exchanged the photographs over a long period of time. The images, which were sent as responses and as gifts to a faraway friend, constitute a story of their relationship and communicate the seasons as well as various emotions. Living in Tokyo and Washington D.C. respectively, Kawauchi and Weifenbach exchanged sincere photographic gifts, which tell a subtle tale of friendship and draw viewers into a poetic world


more books tagged »plants« | >> see all

more books tagged »American« | >> see all

more books tagged »Japanese« | >> see all

more books tagged »nature« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com