Ravens by Masahisa Fukase is consistency proclaimed as one of the most important photo books in the history of the medium. Interpreted as a personal and political allegory for post-war Japan, it is a brutal yet beautiful story of love and loss. First published in 1986, the book has long been out of print and this bilingual facsimile of the first edition contains a new text by founder of the Masahisa Fukase Archives, Tomo Kosuga. His essay locates Ravens in Fukase's wider work and life, and is illustrated with numerous recently discovered photographs and drawings.
- Masahisa Fukase
- Fascimile of original edition
- width x height
- 263 mm x 263 mm
- € 80 (excluding shipping)
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