Photographs: Mutsuko Yoshida
Publisher: Self published
Comments: Softcover, 180 x 256 mm. First edition, 1982. Black & white photographs. Rather fresh copy. Rare.
In Memorial 029, Mutsuko Yoshida reveals the Intensity of the city of Toyko. People are squeezed like a lemon, sidewalks look hurt, all these feelings emerging from strong black & white contrasts. A row portrait of the japanese capital in the early 1980's.
Mutusko Yoshida used the book to look at her own country with a critical eye.
In TV crazy, she documented the ubiquitous and excessive TV shows by photographing directly into the screen and in Wedding blues she examined marriage in Japan in its more ritualized aspects.
more books by Mutsuko Yoshida
Newport (Signed, Ltd Edition of 150)
by Daisuke Yokota
Talking about Fussa
by Masato Sakano
by Toshiaki Kanayama
Kichimu Flies at Night
by Toshiko Hashimoto
Gesshoku / Lunar Eclipse
by Nobuyuki Wakabayashi
Nude/ A Room/ Flowers (last one!)
by Sakiko Nomura