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Editor: Dragana Vujanovic, Louise Wolthers
Authors: Christopher Phillips, Lena Fritsch
Artists: Miyako Ishiuchi

Designed by Kehrer Design
Half-cloth hardcover
24 x 32 cm
152 pages
70 color and duotone ills.
English
available
ISBN 978-3-86828-518-5
2014

Ishiuchi Miyako『Hasselblad Award 2014』

¥9,162価格
  • 日本を代表する写真作家・石内都の、第34回ハッセルブラッド賞受賞記念展覧会の図録。記憶、布、身体といった、作家がこれまでに取り組んできたテーマの集大成として構成。作品群としては、1・9・4・7、Scars、Mother's、ひろしま、絹の夢、Frida by Ishiuchiのシリーズのなかから、展覧会出品作品を収録。石内都が自身のプリント作品で表現している微妙な色みまでを丁寧に再現した、集大成的な写真集。

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    Japanese photographer Miyako Ishiuchi, one of the most respected and compelling photographers of her generation, is the 34rd recipient of the prestigious Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography. This publication celebrates her artistic achievements with a thorough presentation of the main themes in her work: remembrance, fabric, and the body. A significant feature in her work is the meaning and treatment of surface, whether the human skin, the materiality of an object, or personal clothing.
    Through close attention to surfaces – as traces, mediations, and symbols – Ishiuchi tackles head-on the poetics and politics of history, as for instance women’s life in post-war Japan or the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. The book includes works from Ishiuchi’s major series 1947, Scars, Mother’s, Hiroshima, Silken Dreams, and Frida by Ishiuchi. Two new essays by Christopher Phillips and Lena Fritsch offer in-depth analysis of her art.

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