Bad Ass and Beauty - One Love

Mao Ishikawa
This 408-page book contains all 15 series of Ishikawa's works, from her early work "Akabanaa" to her latest work “The Great Ryukyu Photo Scroll,” as well as essays by various experts, a chronology of Ishikawa's life, and a bibliography.
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ISHIKAWA Mao (born 1953), an Okinawa based photographer who has been widely introduced abroad and continues to actively take photographs. Her photographs capture the power of people's lives themselves, questioning how they should live as individuals, despite the contradictions and conflicts that come with being trapped in their positions.

This 408-page book contains all 15 series of Ishikawa's works, from her early work "Akabanaa" to her latest work “The Great Ryukyu Photo Scroll,” as well as essays by various experts, a chronology of Ishikawa's life, and a bibliography. This is intended to accompany Ishikawa's first solo exhibition at a museum, to be held at the Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Art Museum from March 2021. This is a book that should not be missed, filled with the trajectory of Mao Ishikawa's career, which has left its mark on the history of Japan.

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Dimensions 21 x 29.8 cm
Binding Softback
Signed Copy No
Publisher T&M
Date Published 2021
ISBN 13 9784909442178​
Edition 1st
No. of Pages 408