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    With only 99 copies edited and signed, The Shibayamas is an astonishing, intimate edition which bookcase contains clippings, files, photographs and booklets, just as a genuine family relic.

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    From his early works to the latest ones, Tsukiji portrays ever-changing cities in a minimalist manner.

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    A cult publication, Flash up earned Seiji Kurata the Ihei Kimurai award in 1980, the year of its first edition. Kurata displays a photographic excursion in the seedy district of Shinjuku in the 1970’s : yakuza, street fights, horny salary men and nightclub hostesses make up the landscape of this renowned part of Tokyo.

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    "Takizawa’s photography accurately traces and outlines the postures of stone and concrete particularly In terms of chromatic sense (...)"

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    A hallucinatory night walk in the outskirts of Tokyo, where sleepy suburbia emerges as dreamscape. Could this be the backdrop for a nocturnal crime scene, or a tale of irretrievable loss?

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    Masaki Yamamoto’s highly anticipated first photobook presents one of the most daring family portraits in Japanese photography. 

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    Roshin Book’s seventh publication focuses on Japanese photographer Shin Yanagisawa (1936-2008), whose photography was highly regarded by contemporaries such as Daido Moriyama and Ryuichi Kaneko. From 1963 on, after having recovered from an illness, Yanagisawa focused on photographing a variety of places throughout Japan.

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    Seiichi Furuya’s Dresden photographs from 1984/85 are a most unlikely document — a view of daily life in the latter days of the GDR recorded by a Japanese photographer, who had been a major player in the photography scene in Austria since the beginning of the 1980s. 

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