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    Remote Past a Memoir: 1951 - 1966 has been published in conjunction with the third Daikanyama Photo Fair, for which his works have served as the main visuals.

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    Takehiko Nakafuji’s new photobook “White Noise” concentrates on Japan’s capital Tokyo. Nakafuji began shooting the photographs after seeing the nuclear plant in Fukushima explode on March 11, 2011.

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    Briefly published from 1968 to 1969 in Japan, PROVOKE had a profond impact on the landscape of contemporary photography. LE BAL had dedicated a major exhibition on it in 2016 and on this occasion showed the original and extremely rare magazines. Publisher Nitesha reissues today a facsimile of the three magazines.

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    After 'Pantomime', 'Tights in Shimotakaido’ is Daido Moriyama’s second series of silk-screen printed and hand-bound photobooks with Japanese publisher Akio Nagasawa.

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    Nishimura's work is imbued with a dark and delicate poetry, which is reminiscent of the work of great Japanese photographers such as Issei Suda. A subtle balance, reproduced in a signed book-object in small format, very well published and edited by Zen Foto.

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    An important and early chronicle of the history of Japanese photography, profusely illustrated with excellent examples from the dawn of the medium to the end of World War II.

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    In the wake of Fukushima Daiichi meltdown, Yusuke Takagi’s Kagerou faces the fears of the nuclear era, interweaving pregnancy and fatherhood in a transfigured Tokyo with the landscapes of the Zone and the portraits of people who decided not to leave.

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    Overflow is an installation by Takuma Nakahira displaying 48 colours photographs on 6 meters wide and 1.60 meters long. This installation exhibited in 1964 is a vector of the artist’s interrogations on power, urban space, and media environment.

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