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Hung, Wu (Editor)/ Fleit, Krista van (Translator)/ Weidong, Mao (Translator)/ Iku, Ishikawa (Translator)

Published by Timezone 8 (2005)

ISBN 10: 9889726262 ISBN 13: 9789889726263

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Item Description: Timezone 8, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 285 pages. 11.25x11.50x1.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # __9889726262

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Published by Foil, Japon (2013)

ISBN 10: 4902943808 ISBN 13: 9784902943801

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Item Description: Foil, Japon, 2013. Couverture souple. Book Condition: Très bon. Mao Ishikawa (illustrator). 144 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 006771

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Mao Ishikawa

Published by Foil Co Ltd

ISBN 10: 4902943808 ISBN 13: 9784902943801

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Item Description: Foil Co Ltd. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 144 pages. 10.08x7.48x0.47 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk4902943808

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Mao Ishikawa

Published by Zen Foto Gallery (2010)

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Item Description: Zen Foto Gallery, 2010. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Neuf. "Mao Ishikawa studied with Shomei Tomatsu in the 1960s then returned to her native Okinawa where she recorded her uninhibited life in and around the bars surrounding the US military base on the island. In 1986 she visited a friend who had returned home to live in a downtown neighborhood of Philadelphia. She recorded the life of her American friends without restraint, producing these exuberantly frank images" Recommended. Limited edition of 1000. 37x27x5 cm. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-18902513694

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Mao Ishikawa

Published by Zen Photo, Tokyo (2010)

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Item Description: Zen Photo, Tokyo, 2010. Softcover. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition. Folio, 64pp. Printed wraps as issued. Numerous Colour plates. Text in Japanese and English. One of 1000 copies. Flatsigned by Ishikawa to rear. Shrink wrap has been opened at the bottom to be signed. More images available on request. Included in Parr/Badger vol.3. Wonderful document of Ishikawa's (Hot Day's in Camp Hansen) trip to Philadelphia in 1986 to visit a G.I. friend she met whilst working in a bar in Okinawa back in the 60s. Captures the raw chaotic life, poverty and fun of 80s Philly in a way that's very natural and unintrusive. Really more of a personal photo album that a documentary. Bookseller Inventory # TWI02244

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Mao Ishikawa (Author, Photographer); Shomei Tomatsu (Author); Keisuke Sugiura (Author), Keiichi Takeuchi (Author); Timothy Marrable (Translator)

Published by Zen Photo Gallery (2010)

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Item Description: Zen Photo Gallery, 2010. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. 64 pp., illustrations. "This book might not please the city's tourist board. What the book confirms is Ishikawa's great gift for getting close to her subjects." -- Parr & Badger in The Photobook: A History, volume III 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # B007UZ7P2OZEN031015

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Item Description: Book Condition: Wie neu. Session Press. 2017. New, mint, unread. Limited to 600 copies only! Softcover (as issued). 112 pages. Perfekter Zustand! Collector`s copy! "Red Flower, The Women of Okinawa is the first United States monograph by Okinawan photographer Mao Ishikawa. Red Flower consists of 80 b/w photographs that date from 1975 to 1977 in Koza and Kin, Okinawa, primarily from Ishikawa`s first book Hot Days in Camp Hansen by A-man Shuppan in 1982, but it also includes unpublished work from the same period. Red Flower exhibits Ishikawa`s celebration of the courageous and honest lives of women she met and befriended while working at military bars at a time when social and political tensions between the US and Japan were on high alert. It consists of five chapters of pictures, followed by her essay dedicated to the publication: girls gossiping about boys, working at bar, meeting their boyfriends at home, enjoying themselves at the beach, and their children for the future of Okinawa. Red Flower is the pivotal work for Ishikawa, since it marks the starting point of her subsequent long career as a photographer. Her attendance of Shomei Tomatsu`s class at workshop photography school in spring 1974 seems to have had a strong influence on her style; their close association as friends and teacher/student continued till his death in 2012. Martin Parr identifies her work as "post-Provoke" in The Photobook: A History Volume III (page 90), observing the strength of her photography is charged by its directness and rawness, in contrast to the stylized symbolism preferred by the previous generation of Provoke photographers. Most importantly, it is crucial to note that her work is often delivered from the result of her pure pursuit of her subject matter. Especially for this particular project, Ishikawa`s engagement to the subject was enormous; she worked as a server at the bars along with the other girls and had relationships with boys she met there for two years. Thus, her personal involvement enables her to capture the actual events and scene without theorizing or romanticizing. In Red Flower, Ishikawa reveals her very honest personal documentary in all sincerity, while still maintaining enough detachment from the subject to be able to perfectly capture the scenes with her sharp eyes. Previously Ishikawa made two publications on the same subject. Her first book, Camp Hansen is not, in fact, her monograph since another photographer, Toyomitsu Higa took the photos in the second half of the book. Also, it was regretfully banned due to claims from two girls in the book shortly after it was released, so it is extremely rare and expensive. The other volume of Ishikawa`s Okinawa work was published on the occasion of her exhibition at Yokohama Civic Art Gallery Azamino in 2013. Since it mainly functions as reference to her general work, and it was laid out with large white framing surrounding smaller format photos, it loses the boldness, honesty and urgency which are characteristic of her work. Red Flower features full-bleed images in a large format with intense black and white printing, and successfully makes the original lively spirit and tension of Ishikawa`s legendary Camp Hansen work available again for wider public appreciation." (from the publisher)***************Session Press. 2017. Erstauflage. Originalausgabe. Neu, ungelesen, verlagsfrisch. Limitiert auf nur 600 Exemplare! Softcover (as issued). 112 Seiten. Perfekter Zustand! Sammler-Exemplar! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1600. Bookseller Inventory # 22525

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Ishikawa, Mao

Published by Zen Photo (2010)

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Item Description: Zen Photo, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. First Edition, First Printing. Zen Photo, Tokyo 2010 - Folio, 64pp. Printed wraps as issued. Numerous Colour plates. Text in Japanese and English. One of 1000 copies. Included in Parr/Badger vol.3. Wonderful document of Ishikawa's (Hot Day's in Camp Hansen) trip to Philadelphia in 1986 to visit a G.I. friend she met whilst working in a bar in Okinawa back in the 60s. Captures the raw chaotic life, poverty and fun of 80s Philly in a way that's very natural and unintrusive. Really more of a personal photo album that a documentary. BOOK CONDITION: FINE (shrinkwrapped copy). Bookseller Inventory # 441

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Red Flower. The Women of Okinawa: ISHIKAWA, Mao (Ogimi,

ISHIKAWA, Mao (Ogimi, Okinawa, 1953)

Published by New York, Session Press, (2017)

ISBN 10: 0692817441 ISBN 13: 9780692817445

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Item Description: New York, Session Press, 2017. Brossura. Book Condition: Perfetto (Mint). 80 fotografie in bianco e nero e un testo in inglese e giapponese di Mao Ishikawa. 4to (cm 33x24). pp. 120. Bella firma della fotografa a pennarello in ideogrammi e caratteri occidentali, con piccolo cuore (Signed by the photographer). Perfetto (Mint). . Prima edizione di 600 esemplari. . Red Flower. The Women of Okinawa è la prima monografia della fotografa di Okinawa Mao Ishikawa ad essere pubblicata negli Stati Uniti. Red Flower è composto di scatti presi dal 1975 al 1977 a Koza e Kin (Okinawa) già apparsi nel primo libro di Ishikawa "Hot Days in Camp Hansen" (1982) ma pure di foto inedite dello stesso periodo. Il libro è una celebrazione delle vite coraggiose e oneste delle donne che ha incontrato e con cui ha fatto amicizia durante il lavoro nei bar militari, in un momento in cui la tensione sociale e politica tra Stati Uniti e Giappone era altissima. E' formato da cinque capitoli di immagini, seguiti da un saggio dedicato alla pubblicazione: ragazze che spettegolano di ragazzi, che lavorano al bar, che incontrano i loro fidanzati in casa, che si divertono in spiaggia, che stanno insieme ai loro figli, il futuro di Okinawa. Red Flower è l'opera fondamentale per Ishikawa, dal momento che segna il punto di partenza della sua successiva lunga carriera di fotografa. Bookseller Inventory # 0000000207359

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