DAIDO MORIYAMA - TAKUNO - SIGNED

daidotakuno.jpg
IMG_9204.jpg
IMG_9205.jpg
IMG_9206.jpg
IMG_9207.jpg
IMG_9208.jpg
IMG_9209.jpg
IMG_9210.jpg
IMG_9211.jpg
daidotakuno.jpg
IMG_9204.jpg
IMG_9205.jpg
IMG_9206.jpg
IMG_9207.jpg
IMG_9208.jpg
IMG_9209.jpg
IMG_9210.jpg
IMG_9211.jpg

DAIDO MORIYAMA - TAKUNO - SIGNED

195.00

Slipcased, signed first edition, published by Sokyu-Sha, 2005.

Signed by Moriyama.

A beautifully designed visual record of Daido Moriyama’s 1987 visit to a small coastal village named Takuno, Japan. Featuring a series of black and white unpublished photographs, which include an elementary school, the port itself, a graveyard, his parent’s home and many more. All of which seem to capture the stillness of the port of Takuno. One of 1,500 copies.  

“My underlying thought was to show how in the most common and everyday, in the world of the most normal people, in their most normal existence, there is something dramatic. This kind of chaotic everyday existence is what I think Japan is all about.” Daido Moriyama.  

CONDITION

Good. Very Good.

Add To Cart