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In The Wake - Japanese Photographers Respond To 3/11


Seigensha Art Publishing 2019 ISBN 9784861524936 Acqn 29869
Hb 23x32cm 208pp col ills £93.95

The events of March 11, 2011, when the Great East Japan Earthquake struck, causing a massive
tsunami and the ensuing meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear power plant, is referred to as the
"triple disaster" in Japan. It became a defining moment in the nation's collective memory. Many
photographers recorded the catastrophe's physical effects, while some were compelled to
interpret its overarching significance through art. 'In the Wake' features more than 90
photographs by both emerging talents and established artists such as Nobuyoshi Araki, Rinko
Kawauchi, Naoya Hatakeyama, and Daisuke Yokota. It is the Japanese edition of an exhibition
catalogue first published in 2015.

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Yoshida Akhito - The Absence Of Two


Seigensha Art Publishing 2019 ISBN 9784861527197 Acqn 29871
Hb 19x26cm 144pp col ills £48.50

Over the years, Akihito Yoshida took countless photographs of her cousin and his grandmother,
who lived in a small and peaceful rural town located in the Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan. The
grandmother had raised and cared for Daiki from the time he was a child, living and eating
together, and always sleeping with him in the same room. 'The Absence of Two' documents this
little family, two people who cared dearly for each other and could not be separated. The pictures
show how their roles shifted over time, as Daiki, now an adult, took on the burden of dutifully
caring for his ailing grandmother. One day, after she had gotten better, he went out on his
motorcycle and never came back.

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An Early Album Of The World - Photographs 1842-1896


KAPH 2019 ISBN 9786148035272 Acqn 29650
Hb 24x28cm 192pp ills £40

This history of the dissemination of photography as a form of documentation and an instrument of


discovering and understanding the world and its people includes a wide selection of images from
the Americas, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Published on the occasion of the eponymous
exhibition at Louvre Abu Dhabi, it provides historical and technical aspects that give an
understanding of the geopolitical circumstances in which photography was introduced in various
parts of the world, highlighting the key elements and chronological boundaries of the
appropriation of the medium outside of Europe, the work of local photographers, and the role of
governments.

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Bernard Larsson - Berlin | Berlin. Fie Ganze Stadt Zur Zeir Der Mauerbaus 1961-1964
Schirmer Mosel Verlag 2019 ISBN 9783829608497 Acqn 29864
Hb 22x31cm 268pp 168ills £55
Text in German

The final volume of our Berlin trilogy presents Bernard Larssons pictures taken between 1961
and 1964, right after the erection of the Berlin Wall. They portray the city and its people at the
peak of political confrontation between East and West.

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Drew Nikonowicz - This World And Other Like It


Pb 22x29cm 98pp col ills £42

Thousands of explorable realities exist through imagery from rovers and probes, virtual role-
playing, and video games. Within the contemporary wilderness, robots have replaced
photographers as mediators, producing images completely dislocated from human experience.
This suggests that the sublime landscape is now only accessible through the boundaries of
technology. Drew Nikonowicz investigates the role of the 21st-century explorer by combining
computer modelling with analogue photographic processes. Drawing upon the language of survey
images from the 19th century, he questions the relationship with current methods of record
making.

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