Nobuyoshi Araki / Eikoh Hosoe: OTOKO TO ONNA (Man and Woman). 1961. による紹介 Patrice Jeudy

Nobuyoshi ARAKI - Eikoh Hosoe: OTOKO TO ONNA (Man and Woman). 1961.

による紹介 Patrice Jeudy


  • 1961
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  • 紙の寸法
    236,0 x 180,0 cm / 92.9 x 70.9 in
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Nobuyoshi ARAKI - Eikoh Hosoe: OTOKO TO ONNA (Man and Woman). 1961.

CamerArt Sha, Tokyo, Japan, 1961.
Petit in-4 relié (papier: 236 x 180 mm), 60 pp., cartonnage recouvert de papier jaune, jaquette illustrée couleur orange pelliculée, étui blanc imprimé en noir et gris, prix au dos, obi original de papier gris.

34 PHOTOGRAPHIES IMPRIMÉES EN HÉLIOGRAVURE.
Textes par Taro Yamamoto, Ed van der Elsken et Tatsuo Fukushima.

Très bel exemplaire. L'ouvrage et la jaquette très beaux, quelques usures claires à l'étui imprimé, le obi est bien présent et en très bon état. (Parr &badger vol. I, p.279).

Un des plus important livres de la photographie japonaise des années 60 dans une mise en page révolutionnaire.

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English description: 4to. (250 x 190 mm). [30 unnumbered leaves]. Illustrated with 34 monochrome photogravure plates, including several double-page by Hosoe Eikoh. Original publisher's yellow cloth with red printed title, glossy dust-jacket with typographic printed title in green and white and photomontage image, white slipcase with printed title, blue / grey obi with printed text in black. An excellent copy of the first edition of Hosoe's Otoko to Onna / Man and Woman. Produced in collaboration with the dancer Hijikata Tatsumi and with mise-en-page by Araki Minoru, 'Otoko to Onna' records - with extraordinary elegance and touching eroticism - a Butoh performance of Hijikata's troupe. 'Hosoe's book is a series of photographs - characterized by Hosoe's elegant and precise sense of form - recording an evolving performance by Hijikata's ensemble, which gradually becomes more abstract as it progresses. The 'dance' itself is a series of musings on the subject of sexuality. It begins with the women, carrying such symbols of fecundity as a fish or a flower, but eventually Hijikata, with his finely-honed musculature, takes centre stage.'

Reference book: Parr / Badger I, 279.

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