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    While many contemporary photographers like to consider themselves risk takers and improvisers in one way or another, few have consistently embraced photographic experimentation as wholeheartedly as Daisuke Yokota.

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    A new self-published book by Daisuke Yokota in a large format zine. Featuring a fashion story “monitoring” with Yokota himself shooting in a bedroom. For 'Comme des Garçons' Homme Plus Fall Winter 2019

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    1974 was the first year that I went to Okinawa and it was exactly a one week stay. Most of the photos in this book are those I took during that trip (...)

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    The photobook “Doors” is an eclectic record of Yusuke Yamatani’s 2019 tour through six European countries.

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    Shown originally as a 30-minute slideshow of over 600 images as part of Nagashima’s survey exhibition And a Pinch of Irony with a Hint of Love at Tokyo Photographic Art Museum in 2017, Self-Portraits by Yurie Nagashima charts the evolution of this major female artist over a period of 24 years from 1992-2016.

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    Suda Issei passed away in Mach 2019. In 1979, the year his best-known work “Waga Tokyo 100” was released, Issei began photographing Tokyo’s Kanda area, where he was born in 1940, in 35mm film.

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    This large format tabloid style catalogue was published for Osamu Kanemura's exhibition in Osaka, "My Name is Shockhammer".

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    Second tabloid style catalogue by Osamu Kanemura after My Name is Shockhammer. The photographs were taken on the occasion of his first visit to Germany in 2004. Kanemura captured the cityscapes in Berlin, Frankfurt, and Cologne.

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