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KenjiHashimoto, KeizŨ (Begr.)Hayashi, Ursula (Übers.) Hayashi

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ISBN 10: 3867811466 ISBN 13: 9783867811460

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Item Description: -Unbekannt-. Book Condition: neuwertig und ungelesen. Ill. (illustrator). 1. Aufl.. 197 S., SŨtaiSŨtai; Übungssammlung; DDC-Notation 615.82 [DDC22ger]; Sachgruppe(n) 610 Medizin, Gesundheit. 407 Gramm. Bookseller Inventory # HR 990600

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Suyemura, Keizo.

Published by Walter Wickiser Gallery, New York (2005)

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Item Description: Walter Wickiser Gallery, New York, 2005. Softcover. Book Condition: New. First Edition.. 32 pages. Softcover. New book. ART. Exhibition catalogue for show held at the Walter Wickiser Gallery in New York City. (Key Words: Keizo Suyemura, Exhibition Catalogues, Walter Wickiser, Art, Japanese Artists). book. Bookseller Inventory # 45837X3

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Christian Caujolle

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ISBN 10: 095741451X ISBN 13: 9780957414518

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Item Description: Gomma Books, 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M095741451X

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Kitajima, Keizo:

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Item Description: Book Condition: Wie neu. Steidl, Göttingen. 2012. Faksimile of the originals from 1979. First edition, first printing. Mint, new, unread; still originally shrink-wrapped in publisher`s plastic foil. Twelve magazines in a cardboard box/slipcase. 183 cm x 258 mm. 192 pages. Volumes 1-12: 16 pages each. Quadrotone with solid spot colours and a glossy varnish. Wonderful object in fantastic printing! "Photo Express: Tokyo is a facsimile of the legendary series of twelve booklets published by Keizo Kitajima on the occasion of his exhibition "Photo Express: Tokyo" at CAMP gallery in Tokyo in 1979. The booklets were numbered from one to twelve and one was released each month for a year. Each contained sixteen pages of photographs from Kitajima`s legendary nocturnal wanderings in Tokyo and conveys the spirit of the happenings he organized at the time. Kitajima`s original booklets have now become cult objects, and this new edition is set to become a collector`s item." (from the publisher) "Keizo Kitajima was born in Nagano, Japan, in 1954, and through working with Daido Moriyama he discovered CAMP gallery in Toyko. Kitajima has exhibited and published extensively throughout his career. In 2001 he created the Photographers` Gallery in Tokyo as a venue for exhibitions, debates and publishing." (from the publisher) "1976 - Daido Moriyama, Keizo Kitajima, Seiji Karat and other photographers open the CAMP gallery in Tokyo s Shinjuku district. 1979 - Keizo Kitajima transforms the gallery every month into a new photo action space, installs his wild visions of Tokyo, packs the walls with giant formats or grids from floor to ceiling or exposes the photographic paper directly on the wall and applies developer and fixer with sponges. Photograph, produce, exhibit in real time. In addition a 16-page booklet every month. One through twelve. January to December. Punk Magazines, throwing the whole power and dynamics of the nocturnal excursions unfiltered on paper - the sex, the drugs, the lust, the will, the exhaustion, the YES and the NO and in the hardest black and white. And here they are again. All 12 magazines and an accompanying booklet. So bright, so desolate, so good, so black, so white as James White and the Blacks in New York. Contort yourself. Buy." (Hannes Wanderer)***************Steidl, Göttingen. 2012. Fasimile der Originale von 1979. Erstausgabe. Neu, ungelesen, verlagsfrisch; noch original-verpackt in der Plastikfolie des Verlags. 12 Magazine in einem Karton-Schuber. 183 cm x 258 mm. 192 Seiten. Volume 1-12 á 16 Seiten. Großartig gedruckt! Wunderschönes Objekt! "Photo Express: Tokyo" ist ein Faksimile der legendären Serie von 12 Booklets, vom Fotografen realisiert anläßlich der Ausstellung "Photo Express: Tokyo" in der Galerie "CAMP" in Tokio im Jahre 1979. Die Booklets waren nummeriert von 1 bis 12 und kamen ein Jahr lang einmal pro Monat raus. Jedes enthält 16 Seiten mit Fotos von Kitajimas Nachtwanderungen in Toko und enthalten den Geist der Happenings, die Kitajima zu dieser Zeit organisierte. Die Originale sind mittlerweile Kult-Objekte und auch das Faksimile ist auf dem besten Weg dorthin. "1976 - Daido Moriyama, Keizo Kitajima, Seiji Karat und weitere Fotografen eröffnen die CAMP Galerie in Tokios Shinjuku Distrikt. 1979 - Keizo Kitajima verwandelt die Galerie Monat für Monat in einen neuen Photo Aktionsraum, installiert seine wilden Visionen von Tokyo, plakatiert Riesenformate vom Boden bis zur Decke, überzieht die Räume mit Bildserien oder belichtet das Fotopapier direkt an der Wand und entwickelt, wässert und fixiert mit Schwämmen. Fotografieren, produzieren, ausstellen in Real Time. Dazu jeden Monat ein 16-seitiges Heft. Eins bis zwölf. Januar bis Dezember. Punk Magazine, die die ganze Power und Dynamik der meist nächtlichen Exkursionen, den Sex, die Drogen, die Lust, den Willen, die Erschöpfung, das YES und das NO ungefiltert in härtestem Schwarzweiß auf das Papier schleudern. Und hier sind sie wieder. Alle 12 Magazine und ein Begleitheft. So grell, Bookseller Inventory # 21012

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Item Description: Kodansha International, Tokyo, 1984. Book Condition: Mint as issued. First edition. Folio, 147 pp. Profusely illustrated in color. Wrap around design motif is present. Stiff pictorial and printed paper wrappers. Bookseller Inventory # 1009403

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Christian Caujolle

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Item Description: Gomma Books, 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Bookseller Inventory # 095741451X

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Keizo Kitajima

Published by Zeit-Foto Salon (1988)

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Item Description: Zeit-Foto Salon, 1988. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition. Paperback typed (magazine typed binding) book. Cover front&back are sunburned especially around its top and spine side. Concerning the inside, some margins are discolored or yellowed as usual. However there is almost no outstanding rubbed nor chipped spot, and the plates inside also keep good conditions. Bookseller Inventory # 001098

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Keizo Kitajima: Back in Okinawa 1980/2009, Limited: KITAJIMA, Keizo

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Item Description: PPP Editions, New York, 2009. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing. Limited edition of 250 copies, signed and numbered in silver ink by Kitajima on a black label tipped in the inside rear cover. Soft cover. Photographically illustrated stiff folio (silkscreened) containing sewn-in, illustrated newsprint pages. Photographs and text (in English and Japanese) by Keizo Kitajima. Unpaginated (36 pp.), with black-and-white plates throughout. 16-3/4 x 12 inches.Published on the occasion of an exhibition at Andrew Roth Gallery, New York. New in publisher's packaging. From an interview with Andrew Roth (July 16, 2010): "Back To Okinawa 1980/2009 is a new version of Keizo Kitajima's serialized, four-volume publication Photo Express Okinawa (1980). The original self-published, serialized edition was scheduled for release every other month, over one year, though only four volumes were realized. Together these four volumes formed one work -- an investigation into the nightlife in Kozu, the red-light district surrounding the Kadena Airforce Base in Okinawa. Kitajima immersed himself in the life of Okinawa's nightclubs, bars and streets, photographing a mix of American military (chiefly African-Americans), Japanese prostitutes and drag queens. The volumes were slim zine-like publications with colorful covers and a graphically-dynamic presentation of black-and-white photographs within. Kitajima had lost the negatives for this work so we needed to scan each image from the original four volumes. Since they were printed in half-tone, the dot pattern became even more apparent after scanning them. It seemed logical not to try and make high quality reproductions from them; they would never have held up. Newsprint offset-printing seemed suitable and again, I wanted to reference Moriyama's title. Moriyama was an important early influence on Kitajima."From the publisher: "In 1980, Keizo Kitajima, a recent student from Daido Moriyama's 'Workshop,' photographed the nightlife in Okinawa. He preferred the clubs and bars in Koza, the 'red light district,' situated near Kadena, the American Air Force Base. Koza was a hub for American military throughout the 1950s (it flourished during the Vietnam War and no longer exists), although Okinawa and its citizens are still deeply impacted by the American military presence. In the tradition of Watanabe Katsumi, Kitajima made his living by selling photographs to his subjects. It was most profitable for him on paydays. As there were few galleries for photographic exhibitions in Japan, Kitajima planned to self-publish the photographs he made in 1980 as Photo Express Okinawa, a bi-monthly periodical; he realized merely 4 volumes. Each volume concentrates on a specific time frame during a single month (ie: January 1-15), much like a visual diary. The publication resembled Moriyama's Kiroku [Record] (1972-73) that was also self-published: thin volumes with multiple image-bleeds throughout, including the front and back covers.There are no surviving photographs or negatives from this body of work. The images . were generated by scanning the material from the rare, original volumes. Back to Okinawa affords us the opportunity to view this material fresh. Ten silkscreens were issued and every image from the four volumes was re-edited into the new publication. Kitajima has added a short text, translated into English, which illuminates his development as a young photographer and his experience in Okinawa. He states: 'Affection, hatred, rejection, acceptance: everything was there in Okinawa and nothing was a given. I wanted to make photographs that transcended all that . My generation was profoundly impacted by America. It is impossible to objectify my feelings about it.'" Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 106483

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Kitajima, Keizo

Published by Little Big Man Books (2012)

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Item Description: Little Big Man Books, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: fine. First Edition. Folio in pink boards in blue and black illus. linen boards; 122 full color plates; contains a Japanese bound booklet containing a critical essay in both English and Japanese. Released in a strictly limited edition of 450 copies; this copy is number 132; signed by artist on half-title page. **A large, heavy book. Extra shipping charges may apply.**Extra shipping may apply for international orders** From the publisher: "In the fall of 1990, Keizo Kitajima received a commission from Japan's Asahi Shimbun newspaper to visit the Soviet Union, the opportunity to spend a year documenting both people and places in what was then a monolithic entity. 15 republics, 11 time zones, and thousands of miles spanning the two-the task was daunting in the very least. Having spent several years based in West Berlin, the Iron Curtain was a looming presence and Kitajima had often contemplated turning his lens towards the Soviet regime although the difficulties associated therein-censorship, freedom of access, and overwhelming bureaucracy-seemed insurmountable. And so it was, with a mix of anticipation and trepidation, that Kitajima entered the USSR in November 1990 to capture a moment in time where the winds of change roared at a howling pace." Near fine copy in fine case; soiling to boards with some ink from slipcase rubbing off on spine of boards; else excellent condition; pages are bright and free of marks and creases; binding is square and tight; book and booklet are protected by foam padding; signed by artist on half-title page. Bookseller Inventory # 83962

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Keizo Kitajima: The Joy of Portraits, Limited: KITAJIMA, Keizo, KURAISHI,

KITAJIMA, Keizo, KURAISHI, Shino

Published by Rat Hole Gallery / Nobuhiko Kitamura, Tokyo (2009)

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Item Description: Rat Hole Gallery / Nobuhiko Kitamura, Tokyo, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1st Edition. SHIPPING NOTE: due to size and weight (e.g., multi-volume sets), additional shipping fees apply (calculated at checkout).First edition, first printing. Limited edition of 1500 unnumbered copies, this copy additionally signed in pencil on the front free end-paper by Kitajima. Hardcover. Two cloth covered volumes, with title stamped in black on the front covers and spines, contained in a gray cloth covered slipcase with a four-color plate (1-3/4 x 2-1/4 inches) tipped in the side of the slipcase (also with the title stamped in black on the front and side). Photographs by Keizo Kitajima. Text (in Japanese and English) by Shino Kuraishi. 874 total pp.Volume 1 ("Portraits 1992 -") is 160 pp, with four-color plates throughout, covering Kitajima's ongoing series of color studio portraits. olume 2 ("Koza 1975-1980; Tokyo 1979; New York 1981-1982; Eastern Europe 1983-1984; Berlin, New York, Seoul, Beijing 1986-1990; U.S.S.R. 1991") is 714 pp. with four-color and black-and-white plates throughout. 11-1/4 x 8-5/8 inches. New in publisher's packaging (opened only for signing). From the publisher: "In 1976 Keizo Kitajima made his impressive debut with photographs capturing Koza in Okinawa, a town near the US military base, in the period just after the end of the Vietnam War. Subsequently, he expanded his purview to include Tokyo, New York and Eastern Europe. While the photographs he made during those periods still strike us with their dazzling quality, Kitajima drastically changed his method of photographing after he visited the Soviet Union in 1991, as that nation was on the verge of collapsing; that is, Kitajima changed his place of work from the street to the studio, and in doing so, he denied the aesthetics of 'selection' and 'instantaneity' that is typical of street snapshot photography.In his still ongoing series Portraits, using a view camera instead of a hand-held camera, Kitajima repeatedly photographs the same models at certain intervals, following self-imposed conditions and rules. So far, he has photographed more than three hundred people, with the total number of his photographs amounting to over two thousand. This series has neither an ending nor a completion in the usual sense of the words. This means it will attain neither success nor failure. These pictures are no more than 'photographs of faces,' which have nothing to do with a sense of beauty or any aesthetic judgment. Still, viewers of this series nevertheless encounter the terrible dynamics of these images. Deprived of any hope of empathy or interpretation, the viewer's gaze is stopped by the surfaces of the photographs and is caught up in their 'denseness without denseness.' But, is not this the specificity of our experience of looking at photographs? We realize, then, that the 'photographs of faces' are not representations or substitutions, but instead are nothing but 'originals.'What is at stake in this series, which Kitajima has been working on ever since he gave up street snapshot photography, is perhaps more significant than we can ever have imagined. Aimed at disclosing the whole picture of the extraordinary photographer Keizo Kitajima's work, the photobook The Joy of Portraits is composed of two volumes (874 pages in total), and the series printed in the book include Portraits (1992-present), Koza 1975, U.S.S.R. 1991 and others, including a number of as yet unpublished photographs. A long-awaited photobook published after eighteen years by the photographer Keizo Kitajima, who has continued to make his presence felt in the photo world even though the whole picture of his work has not been hitherto revealed." Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 106883

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Kitajima, Keizo.

Published by Tokyo, Kawade Shobo Shinsha. (1991)

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Item Description: Tokyo, Kawade Shobo Shinsha., 1991. Sprache: de 26,4 x 30 cm. 157 (1) Seiten, 1 Bl. Mit 51 farbigen und 18 s/w Fototafeln. Orig.-Pappband mit Schutzumschlag. Umschlag leicht angestaubt, Ecken oben minimal bestoßen. Ohne die Orig.-Bauchbinde. Sonst insgesamt schöne Erhaltung. Erste Ausgabe. - Wichtiges japanisches Foto- und Künstlerbuch (Text zweisprachig Englisch / Japanisch), mit einem maschinenschriftlichen Original-Brief des Fotografen (in Englisch), mit seiner eigenhändigen Signatur (in japanischen Schriftzeichen, datiert 1992). - Brief etw. geknittert und mit kleinem Einriß am overen Rand, sonst wohlerhalten. // First edition. - Original hardcover with dustjacket. Oblong 4to, 157 (1) pp., 1 leaf. 51 colour and 18 b/w photo plates. - Dustjacket a bit dusted, corners minimally bumped at top. Publisher's printed orange obi band missing. Still a nice, clen copy, with an included typewritten letter by Keizo Kitajima (in English), showing his handwritten signature in blue ink (in Japanese letters, dated 1992). - Parr /Badger, The Photobook, vol. II, p. 301. Bookseller Inventory # 10663AB

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Keizo Kitajima: Shashin Tokkyubin Tokyo (Photomail from: KITAJIMA, Keizo

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Published by Paroru-sha, Tokyo (1981)

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Item Description: Paroru-sha, Tokyo, 1981. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. 1979/1981. First edition, second printing. Soft cover. Printed wrappers; with photographically illustrated dust jacket and 3-1/2 inch obi. Photographs by Keizo Kitajima. Text in Japanese. Includes a bound, folded poster with text and illustrations on one side and a large, two-color reproduction on the other side. Unpaginated (156 pp.), with black-and-white and four-color plates throughout. [Cited in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook: A History, Volume III. (London and New York: Phaidon, 2014)]. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket and obi (light rubbing and wear to the extremities, else Fine). A fascinating and quintessentially Provoke-style glimpse of the pop cultural mecca that is Tokyo's Shinjuku district. From Parr and Badger: "The combination of black and white with colour is interesting, because this is a difficult trick to pull off. The tension between Kitajima's flamboyant, contrasty, edgy monochrome and his matter-of-fact, understated colour makes this one of the most distinctive books in the wide bibliography on Shinjuku nightlife.". Bookseller Inventory # 112232

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KITAJIMA, Keizo, KOBAYASHI, Yasuo, ITO, Toshiharu

Published by Kawade Shobo Shinsha, Tokyo (1991)

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Item Description: Kawade Shobo Shinsha, Tokyo, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing. Signed in black ink on the half-title page by Kitajima. Hardcover. Printed white paper-covered boards; with matching dust jacket (missing obi). Photographs by Keizo Kitajima. Essays (in Japanese and English) by Yasuo Kobayashi and Toshiharu Ito. 160 pp., with four-color and black-and-white plates. 10-1/2 x 11-7/8 inches. [Cited in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook: A History, Volume II. (London and New York: Phaidon, 2006).]. Near Fine (moderate foxing and shelfwear) in Near Fine dust jacket (stray surface marks and indentations; missing obi). Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 112986

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Keizo Kitajima: Shashin Tokkyubin Tokyo (Photomail from: KITAJIMA, Keizo

KITAJIMA, Keizo

Published by Paroru-sha, Tokyo (1979)

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Item Description: Paroru-sha, Tokyo, 1979. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing (with black obi). Signed in black marker on the first page by Kitajima. Soft cover. Printed wrappers; with photographically illustrated dust jacket and 3-inch obi. Photographs by Keizo Kitajima. Text in Japanese. Includes a bound, folded poster with text and illustrations on one side and a large, two-color reproduction on the other side. Unpaginated (156 pp.), with black-and-white and four-color plates throughout. [Cited in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook: A History, Volume III. (London and New York: Phaidon, 2014), and in Ryuichi Kaneko and Ivan Vartanian, Japanese Photobooks of the 1960s and '70s. (New York: Aperture, 2009).]. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket and obi (light crumpling to the crown of the jacket spine and slight wear to the extremities of the obi, else Fine). A fascinating and quintessentially Provoke-style glimpse of the pop cultural mecca that is Tokyo's Shinjuku district. From Parr and Badger: "The combination of black and white with colour is interesting, because this is a difficult trick to pull off. The tension between Kitajima's flamboyant, contrasty, edgy monochrome and his matter-of-fact, understated colour makes this one of the most distinctive books in the wide bibliography on Shinjuku nightlife." Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 112815

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