SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA & DAIDO MORIYAMA - OSAKA (SIGNED)
SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA & DAIDO MORIYAMA - OSAKA (SIGNED)
SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA & DAIDO MORIYAMA - OSAKA (SIGNED)
SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA & DAIDO MORIYAMA - OSAKA (SIGNED)
SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA & DAIDO MORIYAMA - OSAKA (SIGNED)
SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA & DAIDO MORIYAMA - OSAKA (SIGNED)
SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA & DAIDO MORIYAMA - OSAKA (SIGNED)
SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA & DAIDO MORIYAMA - OSAKA (SIGNED)
SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA & DAIDO MORIYAMA - OSAKA (SIGNED)

SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA & DAIDO MORIYAMA - OSAKA (SIGNED)

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SHIGEKAZU KAWAMURA
OSAKA

Photographer: Shigekazu Kawamura
Author: Daido Moriyama
Self published, 1978
Book size 25,5 x 18,2 cm 
Pages 160 pages
Softcover
Signed by the artist
First edition 
Rare book 
Condition fair - fragile book 

Kawamura was a close friend of Daido Moriyama. Published as a private edition in 1978, the book consists of photographs of the city Osaka, incorporating Castle, Cui-daore dolls, Glico neon, Tsutenkaku and other landmarks... A dynamic composition with full images with close up. 

At the end of the book, we find a text written by Daido Moriyama: "On the way" : "I was watching the madness of his Osaka for more than 4 years", so I have a period of 4 years to shoot. It seems that it was done."

"This book, which is a collection of fragments of reality, was undoubtedly supported by Shigekazu Kawamura's feelings, but he refused to decipher his feelings." (Daido Moriyama)

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Kawamura et Moriyama étaient très liés. Ce livre a été auto-publié de manière un peu privée en 1978. Il se compose de photographies de Osaka, de son château, des poupées Cui-daore, des néons Glico, de la tour Tsutenkaku et d'autres monuments...

 A la fin du livre, Moriyama a écrit un texte intitulé "En chemin" : "je regardais la folie de son Osaka pendant plus de 4 ans"... La composition du livre est dynamique et similaire aux livres de Moriyama. Les néons, publicités et autres décorations de la ville, les visages humains, tous sont projetés en gros plan, en pleine page.  

"Ce livre, qui est un recueil de fragments de réalité, sans aucun doute imprégnés par les sentiments de Shigekazu Kawamura, sentiments qu'il a pourtant refusé de dévoiler."
(Daido Moriyama).