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Tomoko Yoneda: Between Visible

Publisher: Tucson, Arizona: Nazraeli Press, in association with The Joy of Giving Something, Inc. (JGS), 2004
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN: 1590050452
Condition: New / No dust jacket as issued
Item #: 101332



First edition, first and only printing. Hardcover. Fine gray linen cloth, with title stamped in dark gray on front cover and spine and plate tipped in debossed front cover, no dust jacket as issued. Photographs by Tomoko Yoneda. Introduction by Mark Haworth-Booth. Essay by Kotaro Iizawa. Includes notes to the plates. 32 pp., with 9 duotone plates, beautifully printed on fine matte art paper. 14-1/4 x 11-1/4 inches. This first edition was limited to 1000 copies.


New in publisher's shrink-wrap.


From Tomoko Yoneda: "I am interested in history which is constructed by accumulation of people's memory and leads to our imagination. I take photographs not just because I am attracted to the form of a subject, but also because I want to express an individually unique, hidden psychological fact, 'beyond the visual image.'" From the publisher: "Between Visible represents unique perceptions of some major intellectual figures of the late nineteenth to middle twentieth centuries: Sigmund Freud, Herman Hesse, James Joyce, Gustav Mahler, Junichiro Tanizaki, Le Corbusier, Mahatma Ghandi, and Leon Trotsky. Key objects that helped shape the work of these scholars are viewed through their actual eyeglasses giving tiny clues to various aspects of their lives.

"Between Visible and Invisible" refers to the correlation between the image on the surface (the visible) and the unknown narrative beneath the surface (the invisible) which when revealed changes the context of the photograph. Since graduating from art school in 1991, Tomoko Yoneda has exhibited widely in the United States, England, Japan, and Russia. Between Visible is her first monograph. Introduction by Kotaro Iizawa. A special edition, presented in a clamshell box with an original print, is also available."