Please contact mpub-help umich. For more information, read Michigan Publishing's access and usage policy. As I sort through the new photobook arrivals that spill over my desk, I am delighted to discover that many of the most engaging volumes are either bilingual exhibition catalogues, reference monographs, or new edits of important books by lesser-known photographers who deserve further attention outside Japan. Their achievements are notable for their visual experiments, social activism, and academic leadership.
(Tokyo: Musashino Art University & Library, 2016).
(Tokyo: The National Museum of Modern Art, 2016).
He paired part of his personal collection of photobooks with that of photographer Jason Evans to bring the exhibition to London. I met Ivan Vartanian on the last day of the show. He is working in London for six weeks, and even on his tight schedule he still finds the time to hang out at the pub for a chat. Right now, I carry out publishing and organize events with various institutions. My main focus during this time is producing and organizing an event with Daido which will take place inside the Tate Modern on October 14th.
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The day before, Mouri and Matsuzaka had ostensibly wrapped up shooting for a most ambitious project: a shashinshu book of photos featuring the exquisitely beautiful actress in various poses, some of them nude, against backdrops of cherry blossoms, mist, ponds, lotus blooms and temples in Kyoto. Some attribute the decline to the onslaught of technology — the Internet offers vast options for those seeking free pornography, while digital cameras and new software have given amateurs the tools to make their own photos. Others point to the gradual polarization of Japanese tastes — toward prudishness in the mainstream and vulgarity on the fringes.