For over a half century, Japanese sociodocumentary photographer Motohashi Seiichi (b. 1940) has combined still images and filmmaking to capture and investigate subjects ranging from Japanese coal miners to city street scenes, along with three comprehensive books and two documentaries on Chernobyl.
'The human body is a universe, wherein all dramatic, comic, vulgar, aesthetic, ethical emotions, visual as well as sensed, can be experienced. This book makes claim to being the most optimistic book of our time.' Jean-Paul Vroom
Text for Polke’s 1986 Biennale exhibition. Illustrated in black/white and color. Sigmar Polke (1941-2010) was a German painter and photographer who experimented with a wide range of styles, subject matters and materials.
A classic book dedicated post mortem to the photojournalist who founded the Magnum agency, Robert Capa. The book present a series of images published in Life Magazine of the five armed conflicts photographed by Capa, from the Spanish War to World War II to the first conflict in Indochina where he died in 1954.