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Riassunto: Named for one of the most intellectually challenging board games in the world, played primarily in China, Japan, and Korea by players who use black and white stones to acquire territory, Go presents Bruce Gilden's photographic explorations of the darker side of Japan. In striking, full-page, black-and-white images, Gilden documents the brutal reality of a Japanese street. In-your-face pictures of Yakuza (mobsters), Bosozoku (members of biker gangs), and street people--characters who are alternately intimidating, bloodied, tattooed, frightening, and disheveled--are sporadically interspersed with manga cartoons for a revelatory glimpse at a Japan that looks nothing like its familiar image of calm, orderly, hyper-efficient perfection.
L'autore: Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1946, Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden began exhibiting in 1971 and has since shown his work in galleries and museums the world over. He has received numerous grants and awards including three National Endowments for the Arts Fellowships, a Villa Medicis Hors les Murs, a New York State Foundation for the Arts Grant, the European Award for Photography, and a Japan Foundation Fellowship. His previous publications include "Facing New York", "Bleus", "Haiti", and "After The Off".
Condizione libro: Used
Descrizione libro Arctic 2000. First edition., London, 2000. Condizione libro: Near Fine. Hardbound with full red cloth, blind-stamped with intricate dragon design. 78 pages. 63 b&w photographs, 3 manga illustrations, 1 b&w illustration. 0.8kg. English Near fine; still in publisher's shrink-wrap, very small knock to top edge of front board. New York street photographer Bruce Gilden's important photo book capturing the street life of millennial Tokyo. The book contains portraits of the meaner and rawer characters from Tokyo's streets, shot in Gilden's trademark "caught-in-the-moment" style. Contains an interview between Sophie Darmaillacq and Gilden. 'Named for one of the most intellectually challenging board games in the world, played primarily in China, Japan, and Korea by players who use black and white stones to acquire territory, Go presents Bruce Gilden's photographic explorations of the darker side of Japan. In striking, full-page, black-and-white images, Gilden documents the brutal reality of a Japanese street. In-your-face pictures of Yakuza (mobsters), Bosozoku (members of biker gangs), and street people — characters who are alternately intimidating, bloodied, tattooed, frightening, and disheveled — are sporadically interspersed with manga cartoons for a revelatory glimpse at a Japan that looks nothing like its familiar image of calm, orderly, hyper-efficient perfection.' (publisher's description). [Parr & Badger. The Photobook: A History Volume II. p.310] Beaux Books specialises in vintage, collectable and luxury books on art, design, fashion and style. All our books are in stock unless otherwise stated. Please contact us if you require any further information or need help in finding a book. Buy with confidence from an experienced bookseller. Codice libro della libreria 826
Descrizione libro Trebruk Publishing, 2002. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Very Good. Signed. Signed, limited edition. Very Good. Appears unread with NO markings. Pasadena's finest new and used bookstore. Codice libro della libreria mon0000267116
Descrizione libro London, England: Trebruk, Inc./Magnum Editions, 2000. Hardcover. Condizione libro: As New. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. Signed. 96 pages. Published in 2000. Retrospective collection of photographs on subject. One of the most important and influential photography books of our time. The first and only edition. Published in a tiny first print run as a hardcover original only. The First Edition is now rare. A brilliant production by Bruce Gilden and Browns London: Oversize-volume format. Red cloth boards with elaborate Japanese "Oriental" design embossed on one side and the photographer's initials embossed on the cover and spine, as issued. Photographs by Bruce Gilden. Except for the brief, one-page Interview with Sophie Darmaillacq, there is no text. Manga illustrations by Shonengahosa and CSJ. List of Plates, in the photographer's original handwriting, reproduced and appended at the end. Printed on pristine-white, thick coated stock paper in the United Kingdom to the highest standards. Without DJ, as issued. Presents Bruce Gilden's "Go". His ground-breaking, graphic-design-innovative, all-bleed photographs of The Other Japan: The Yakuza, the Bosozoku, and homeless street people, punctuated with dazzling "manga" art. The title, "Go", is Japanese chess, not the English word. It is also one of the greatest Japanese novels of the 20th century, the Nobel Laureate Yasunari Kawabata's "The Master of Go" (1972). Gilden uses it ironically, in this "underground" context, as the essential qualities of the Go champion player are restraint, calculation, and self-assurance. Depending on how one looks at it, these qualities may or may not characterize the people he has photographed. "Arguing that the people in Japan wear a mask of uniformity, Bruce Gilden wanted to dig deeper to find persons who were both physical, intense, and stood out from the others. What he found was an assortment of homeless men and women, day workers, members of traditional organized crime groups (the largest organized crime in the world), right-wing nationalists, and Bosozoku, groups of young men and women who share a common interest in designing and driving modified cars and motorcycles. He presents another side to the traditional and often stereotypical view of Japanese society, and one where not everything is high-tech. All of the images were shot in Tokyo and Osaka, revealing how violence and hardship weave through many aspects of daily existence in these two sprawling cities" (Publisher's blurb). Practically everyone is also shown coolly smoking, the one act of defiance these otherwise very different people have in common with one another. An unforgettable counter-portrait of a great people. An absolute "must-have" title for Bruce Gilden collectors. This copy is very prominently, neatly, and beautifully signed in black ink-pen by Bruce Gilden. It is signed directly on the page itself, not on a tipped-in page. This title is a great photography book. This is one of very few such signed copies of the First Hardcover Edition/First Printing still available online and is in especially fine condition: Clean, crisp, and bright, a pristine beauty. Please note: Copies available online command more than $400. This is surely an accessible and lovely alternative. A rare signed copy thus. 63 photographic plates, 4 manga illustrations. Bruce Gilden's "Go" was selected as one of the greatest photography books in "The Photobook". One of the most brilliant photographers of our time. A fine collectible copy. (SEE ALSO OTHER BRUCE GILDEN TITLES IN OUR CATALOG) ISBN 0953890104. Signed by Author. Codice libro della libreria 20374
Descrizione libro Trebruk Publishing, Bx-242, 2002. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Very Good. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 4to. Trebruk Publishing. 2002. 96 pgs. Signed on the verso page. Illustrated. No DJ as issued. Bound in red blindstamped boards. No ownership marks present. Text is clean and free of marks, binding tight and solid, boards clean with no wear present. Photos sent upon request. Bx-242 ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 96 pages; Signed by Author. Codice libro della libreria 43892
Descrizione libro Trebruk Publishing, 2002. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110953890104
Descrizione libro Trebruk Publishing, 2002. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0953890104