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Tokyo: Tsukiji Shokan Publishing Co., 1970. First Edition. Thick quarto. A catalogue of faces, shot on the streets of New York where the Japanese-born photographer was an apprentice to Richard Avedon. The uniformity of the images, both in layout and tonal quality, suggest either a dystopian hegemony or a utopian heterogeneity. (Parr / Badger, v1, 291; Open Book 266-267; Auer 515). Light edge wear, pulling just a tad, top edge tad dusty, few specks of foxing; still close to near fine in photo-illustrated wrappers, close to near fine matching jacket, lightly worn, with a bit of endemic fading to the spine, but better than usual.

Item #21006

Price: $2,250.00

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