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 KEN DOMON 28140, Hiroshima
KEN DOMON 28140
Hiroshima
Kenko-sha, 1958. Ed./Druk: 1e druk. Cloth in dustjacket, designed by Miro. Pp: 54. First edition. Domon advocated the "œabsolutely unstaged snapshot" and championed the "žobjective"Ÿ, social realist photography that became so popular in Japan in the late 1940s and early 1950s. With his direct, unflinching approach, he was the first to undertake a major project on Hiroshima. The series was published in a 1958 book, Hiroshima (Tokyo: Kenko-sha), which deals with the physical destruction of the city, but focuses mainly on the lives of the Hibakusha (the atomic bomb survivors). Cond./Kwaliteit: Goed.
De SlegteProfessional seller
Book number: 1687859
€  800.00 [Appr.: US$ 957.38 | £UK 696 | JP„ 104196]
Catalogue: Fotografie

 
DOMON, KEN
Gendai Nihon shashin zenshu [Modern Japanese Photography] 2 - Domon Ken sakuhinshu [Works].
Tokyo, Sogensha, [1958/1959]. 35.5 x 26 cm. [4],32 + 15 pp. text. Plain boards with dust jacket and glassine protection. With 32 b/w illustations. - Ken Domon (1909-1990) is one of the most renowned Japanese photographers of the 20th century. Since 1983 there is in his birthplace the Ken Domon Museum of Photography. - This is number 2 of a series of 9 on modern Japanese photography. - The glassine jacket is a bit damaged, else a good copy. See: Manfred Heiting - The Japanese Photobook nr. 410
kAdeBoeken AntiquariaatProfessional seller
Book number: 15382
€  75.00 [Appr.: US$ 89.75 | £UK 65.25 | JP„ 9768]

 DOMON, KEN, Ken Domon Koji junrei A Pelgrimage to Ancient Temples
DOMON, KEN
Ken Domon Koji junrei A Pelgrimage to Ancient Temples
Japan, 1972. 25 x 24,5 cm, softcover. First edition, text only in Japanese. Very fine copy with under edges showing minor traces of use. Rare.
De blinde reizigerProfessional seller
Book number: 19853
€  250.00 [Appr.: US$ 299.18 | £UK 217.5 | JP„ 32561]

 (TOMATSU, SHOMEI) (DOMON, KEN). TOMATSU, SHOMEI, KEN DOMON, KIYOSHI SAKUMA, NOBUO KUSANO & TOSHIO HATA, HIROSHIMA - NAGASAKI DOCUMENT 1961
(TOMATSU, SHOMEI) (DOMON, KEN). TOMATSU, SHOMEI, KEN DOMON, KIYOSHI SAKUMA, NOBUO KUSANO & TOSHIO HATA
HIROSHIMA - NAGASAKI DOCUMENT 1961
Tokyo, The Japan Council Against the A and H Bombs., 1961, First Edition. Decorative Cloth + Wrappers, Large Square 4to, np + 54pp, profusely illustrated in duotone. Text in English. Designed by Kohei Sugiura. In protective clear acetate dustwrappers. This is Ken Domon and Shomei Tomatsu's remarkable book of photographs reflecting the aftermath of the atomic bombs the US dropped on The Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to hasten the end World War II. In addition to the gripping hardbound volume of images, it contains a second English language publication in wrappers reprinting scholarly articles by Kiyoshi Sakuma, Nobuo Kusano, Toshio Hata on the radiation and its effects. A serviceable example only of this remarkable Post-War Japanese photographic book (cited on pages 274-75 of Martin Parr and Gerry Badger's "The Photobook: A History Volume I and as entry 270 in Manfred Heiting and Ryuichi Kaneko's "The Japanese Photobook 1912-1990") lacking the publisher's slipcase, and whose primary volume's off-white exterior is browned along the spine, moderately soiled, and exhibits notable insect damage to the ink of its decorative design of concentric circles. Internally it is bright and sound, with the textblock lightly browned along the edges and pulling ever so slightly at the signatures. The paper text volume shows some overall wear, light browning and soiling to the covers and edges, cracking along the spine, and a small closed tear to the foredge corner of the front cover. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase.. Good./No Jacket - As Issued.
Arcana: Books on the ArtsProfessional seller
Book number: 017915
USD 4400.00 [Appr.: EURO 3676.75 | £UK 3197.75 | JP„ 478868]
Keywords: Shomei Tomatsu, Ken Domon, Kiyoshi Sakuma, Nobuo Kusano, Toshio Hata, Kohei Sugiura, Contemporary Japanese Photography, Photo Monograph, the Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Japan, World War Two 2 II, Nuclear Warfare, Atom Bomb, Hiroshima, Provoke

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