Noritoshi Hirakawa. Matters 1988-97

Leafing through Matters, the monograph of Noritoshi Hirakawa’s black and white photographs published in 1998 by Deitch Projects, one never knows what to expect when one turns the page: a Tokyo street scene, a pile of potatoes, a man groping beneath a woman’s skirt, a pile of excrement, a waterfall, a New York street scene. His images range from the mysterious to the obvious, the erotic to the mundane – and never fail to surprise. Hirakawa has shown at Deitch Projects, New York; Gabriele River, Cologne; Galerie Emmanual Perotin, Paris; Wako Works of Art, Tokyo; Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp; Galerie d’Endt, Amsterdam; Florence Lynch Gallery, New York; and many other galleries and museums worldwide.

cm 18×23; pp. 62; BW ills.; hardcover. Publisher: Deitch Projects , New York, 1998.

 130,00

ID: AM-3413

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Leafing through Matters, the monograph of Noritoshi Hirakawa’s black and white photographs published in 1998 by Deitch Projects, one never knows what to expect when one turns the page: a Tokyo street scene, a pile of potatoes, a man groping beneath a woman’s skirt, a pile of excrement, a waterfall, a New York street scene. His images range from the mysterious to the obvious, the erotic to the mundane – and never fail to surprise. Hirakawa has shown at Deitch Projects, New York; Gabriele River, Cologne; Galerie Emmanual Perotin, Paris; Wako Works of Art, Tokyo; Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp; Galerie d’Endt, Amsterdam; Florence Lynch Gallery, New York; and many other galleries and museums worldwide.

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