Masahisa Fukase (English Edition)
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Hardcover, 104 pages, with 80 black and white photographs. Includes texts by Tomo Kosuga and the artist, included in a pink booklet.
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... over all of 19th-century American literature, there's a group of French poems that takes you where no other poetry book does, there's an album of dark ...
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Hibi literally comprises a series of street photographs by renowned Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase. Each of the black and white images painstakingly ...
Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase is among the most radical and original of his generation, famous for The Solitude of Ravens, in which these birds of ...
Fukase tragically fell down a set of stairs in 1992 and suffered a traumatic brain injury from which he never recovered. He passed away in 2012.
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... is the only bright work he has done, and going back to literature it would be what Sound of the Waves was to Yukio Mishima's novels the one bright spot.
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He uses signs that are familiar to modern society and have universal meaning. The audience generates common assumptions and recognizes the racial gestures ...
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