After the Thaw

by Tomoko Yoneda


Photographs: Tomoko Yoneda

Publisher: Akaaka

144 pages

Year: 2014

Price: 64

Comments: 249 × 271 ㎜, hardcover.

This book contains Yoneda's works taken in Hungary and Estonia, 2004.
She visited there as a member of EU-Japan Fest program, and the book was published in 2005 once. For this book, she added unpublished 38 images to the previous book, and also the size of the book became much bigger.

-photographed in Hungary
Hungary boasts some of the world’s leading spas, and Yoneda both works with a leitmotif of water and pursues its history at the mercy of its large neighbors. Her photographs include scenes of a holiday camp once reserved for the use of Communist Party elites and the city of Sopron, which helped trigger the fall of the Berlin Wall.

-photographed in Estonia
Since its proclamation of independence from the Soviet Union in 1990, Estonia has at long last set about establishing its own national identity. Much of its history of Soviet rule remains out of sight. For the subthemes of her work, Yoneda reaches to the long-running resistance movement of the Forest Brothers and the beautiful woodlands that were their hideouts.

Tomoko Yoneda
Born 1965 in Hyogo Japan. Graduated from Royal College of Art, MA in Photography, London. She makes her works based on "memory" and "history." Now lives and works in London.


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After the Thaw

by Tomoko Yoneda


Photographs: Tomoko Yoneda

Publisher: Akaaka

144 pages

Year: 2014

Price: 64

Comments: 249 × 271 ㎜, hardcover.

This book contains Yoneda's works taken in Hungary and Estonia, 2004.
She visited there as a member of EU-Japan Fest program, and the book was published in 2005 once. For this book, she added unpublished 38 images to the previous book, and also the size of the book became much bigger.

-photographed in Hungary
Hungary boasts some of the world’s leading spas, and Yoneda both works with a leitmotif of water and pursues its history at the mercy of its large neighbors. Her photographs include scenes of a holiday camp once reserved for the use of Communist Party elites and the city of Sopron, which helped trigger the fall of the Berlin Wall.

-photographed in Estonia
Since its proclamation of independence from the Soviet Union in 1990, Estonia has at long last set about establishing its own national identity. Much of its history of Soviet rule remains out of sight. For the subthemes of her work, Yoneda reaches to the long-running resistance movement of the Forest Brothers and the beautiful woodlands that were their hideouts.

Tomoko Yoneda
Born 1965 in Hyogo Japan. Graduated from Royal College of Art, MA in Photography, London. She makes her works based on "memory" and "history." Now lives and works in London.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

After the Thaw

by Tomoko Yoneda


Photographs: Tomoko Yoneda

Publisher: Akaaka

144 pages

Year: 2014

Price: 64

Comments: 249 × 271 ㎜, hardcover.

This book contains Yoneda's works taken in Hungary and Estonia, 2004.
She visited there as a member of EU-Japan Fest program, and the book was published in 2005 once. For this book, she added unpublished 38 images to the previous book, and also the size of the book became much bigger.

-photographed in Hungary
Hungary boasts some of the world’s leading spas, and Yoneda both works with a leitmotif of water and pursues its history at the mercy of its large neighbors. Her photographs include scenes of a holiday camp once reserved for the use of Communist Party elites and the city of Sopron, which helped trigger the fall of the Berlin Wall.

-photographed in Estonia
Since its proclamation of independence from the Soviet Union in 1990, Estonia has at long last set about establishing its own national identity. Much of its history of Soviet rule remains out of sight. For the subthemes of her work, Yoneda reaches to the long-running resistance movement of the Forest Brothers and the beautiful woodlands that were their hideouts.

Tomoko Yoneda
Born 1965 in Hyogo Japan. Graduated from Royal College of Art, MA in Photography, London. She makes her works based on "memory" and "history." Now lives and works in London.


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more books tagged »interior« | >> see all

more books tagged »Japanese« | >> see all

more books tagged »landscape« | >> see all

more books tagged »Eastern Europe« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com