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Daido Moriyama
ICONIC! RARE! Daido Moriyama: Shashin yo sayonara (Bye, bye photography) Lim Ed
Steidl, 1972. Facsimile. Sale today!!! Super RARE! Beautiful, best book!!!! Iconic!!! Highly Recommend!!!! Daido Moriyama: Shashin yo sayonara (Bye, bye photography, dear / Farewell photography) is the most extreme monument of the Provoke period!!!! Photographs by Daido Moriyama. Text (in Japanese) by Takuma Nakahira. Tokyo: Shashin Hyoron-sha, 1972. Softbound with printed wrapper and dust jacket. 310 pp. 7¼ × 9 inches. Steidl/7L- 2001, Limited edition! Facsimile Limited reprint the Original version! "Sashin yo Sayonara (Bye Bye Photography) is the most extreme monument of the Provoke period DESCRIPTION One of the most extraordinary and influential books in the history of photography. Moriyama's very best and highly sought-after third book. Bye, Bye Photography, Dear is a masterpiece book-work, which pushes every image-making 'boundary' to its extreme edge, reflecting both the politically charged times of Japan in the 1960s and 1970s and Moriyama's unique sensitivity to the seemingly mundane and chaotic subject matter. Raw, gritty, nasty images present a broken picture of a time and strangely draw the viewer in powerful ways. This contradiction inherent to the work is mesmerizing. An 'overexposed' gritty, scratched image is a semi-abstract close-up of a face; A nearly unrecognizable, partly out-of-focus and scratched image is a view of a seascape. An extraordinary book in every way. Extremely scarce in this condition. From Daido Moriyama (2001, translated by Linda Hoaglund, from "The Book of 101 Books," Andrew Roth (ed.)): "Of my many books of photographs, Bye, Bye Photogra … [Click Below for Full Description]
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