'Japanese photography has attracted much attention beyond its native shores, especially in recent years. Far less familiar are the photographers' extensive and revealing writings, which not only illuminate how their photography should be viewed and understood but also articulate certain core concepts that make Japanese photography unique. These incisive, provocative texts, which are made available in this anthology for the first time in English, are essential to any comprehensive discussion of Japanese photography from the 1950s to now.' - from back cover
Includes biographical notes on photographers and a list of primary sources.
This item is covered by one or more copyrights. It is available for research only or use within Hong Kong’s fair dealing rules. Please do not copy, re-use or reproduce this item without the permission of the copyright holder.