Dèjá-Vu Nº4 – Nobuyoshi Araki (1991)


Dèjá-Vu was an excellent magazine dedicated to photography in its full form. This perfectly printed and exquisite good taste journal could only have been crafted in Japan, the land of the most meticulous and mesmerizing photobooks. Usually it is focused in a main topic (it could be a genre of photography or an author) and then features the work of local current authors and some exhibitions and book reviews. Besides that some short articles and interviews can appear in their pages, but usually related to the main element of the issue. In some of these issues also there is a small part dedicated to experimental printing, and paper or printing styles suddenly change in the most extravagant ways.

This photography quaterly is the fourth out of twenty essential works created by Dèjá-Vu and presents the series of Nobuyoshi Araki.

All texts are in Japanese, but there are very short summaries in English.

Photo-Planète, 1991. Softcover, 180 pages. ISBN: 430990324X

First edition. Very good condition.

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ISBN: 430990324X Author: Title: Unknown Title Publisher: Photo-Planète Language: Japanese