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Rinko Kawauchi - Utatane (川内 倫子 うたたね), Little More, 2001, Tokyo




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Pages: 132
Place: Tokyo
Year: 2001
Publisher: Little More
Size: 19 x 24 cm (approx.)

Softcover with dustjacket, obi-band, with publishers inserts. First edition, printrun 4000 (according to Rinko Kawauchi), signed.

"Carps, clouds, a curtain, a tire, fried eggs, grandfather, a butterfly. These are the details of the everyday life that are too easily missed. Seen through the lens of Kawauchi's camera, however, the ordinary shines with bejeweled patterns of light; even an ant transforms into a statement of style. At the same time, the carcass of a dove proclaims the book's theme of the terror that exists next door to everyday beauty. This thoughtful debut photobook won awards for its graceful contemplation of mortality."

Included in "The Photobook: A History Volume II" by Parr/Badger
>> see more Vol. II picks here


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