1. Rupture, Reconnection: The Photography of Eikoh Hosoe - Part 1/4

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    October 9, 2013 Aperture and Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery hosted a conversation on the career and influence of Eikoh Hosoe, widely acknowledged as a pioneer of expressionistic post–World War II Japanese photography. Hosoe, whose oeuvre spans over fifty years, has explored the human body’s physicality as a subject that reveals a shifting interior landscape of dreams and desires. Panelists Russet Lederman, Kunié Sugiura, and Charles Traub share their knowledge as researchers, critics, and fellow artists about Hosoe’s groundbreaking work from the 1960s onward. Traub and Sugiura concentrate on Hosoe’s influence on their generation, while Lederman introduces an overview of Hosoe as a postwar photographer with a focus on his role as a teacher and catalyst for an East-West dialogue. Excerpts from Hosoe’s 1960 film Heso to genbaku (Navel and A-Bomb) are be shown alongside photographs during the discussion. This panel was made possible with the support of Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery, and was presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Eikoh Hosoe: Curated Body 1959-1970, on view through October 19, 2013.

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    • 10x10 American Photobooks Exhibition Catalogue

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      10×10 American Photobooks. Edited by Matthew Carson, Russet Lederman and Olga Yatskevich. New York: 10×10 Photobooks and bookdummypress, 2013. 4to.; illustrated throughout in color and black-and-white; newsprint booklet insert; illustrated soft cover with printed vertical belly band. Limited First Edition of 500. Text in English and Japanese. 152 pages, 7.25 x 10 inches. ISBN: 978-0-9896888-0-2 Designed in collaboration with Victor Sira and Shiori Kawasaki of bookdummypress, the publication is a way for you to experience the entire 10×10 project. This inventive Japanese manga design-inspired bilingual (Japanese-English) publication comes with a special newsprint insert designed by Pierre Le Hors and Tuomas Korpijaakko. As a comprehensive overview of the 10×10 American Photobooks project, it presents illustrated selection lists from all the specialists, along with essays on American photobook culture by noted artists, writers, publishers, curators and bibliophiles. 10×10プロジェクトを存分に体験するための特別な本が、ニューヨークをベースに活動するbookdummypressとのコラボレーションによって生まれます。日本のマンガにデザインのインスピレーションを得たこの出版物は、2013年9月に東京で開催されるイベントにあわせて出版されます。本は日英バイリンガル仕様となり、スペシャリストが選んだアメリカの写真集全セレクションに加え、著名なアーティスト、ライター、パブリッシャー、キュレーター、蔵書家によるアメリカ写真集カルチャーに関する書き下ろしのエッセイを掲載。現代アメリカの写真集を知る上で必携の書です。 $75 (送料込)

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      • Rupture, Reconnection: The Photography of Eikoh Hosoe - Part 4/4

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        On October 9th, 2013 Aperture and Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery hosted a conversation on the career and influence of Eikoh Hosoe, widely acknowledged as a pioneer of expressionistic post–World War II Japanese photography. Hosoe, whose oeuvre spans over fifty years, has explored the human body’s physicality as a subject that reveals a shifting interior landscape of dreams and desires. Panelists Russet Lederman, Kunié Sugiura, and Charles Traub share their knowledge as researchers, critics, and fellow artists about Hosoe’s groundbreaking work from the 1960s onward. Traub and Sugiura concentrate on Hosoe’s influence on their generation, while Lederman introduces an overview of Hosoe as a postwar photographer with a focus on his role as a teacher and catalyst for an East-West dialogue. Excerpts from Hosoe’s 1960 film Heso to genbaku (Navel and A-Bomb) are be shown alongside photographs during the discussion. This panel was made possible with the support of Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery, and was presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Eikoh Hosoe: Curated Body 1959-1970, on view through October 19, 2013.

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        • Rupture, Reconnection: The Photography of Eikoh Hosoe - Part 3/4

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          On October 9th, 2013 Aperture and Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery hosted a conversation on the career and influence of Eikoh Hosoe, widely acknowledged as a pioneer of expressionistic post–World War II Japanese photography. Hosoe, whose oeuvre spans over fifty years, has explored the human body’s physicality as a subject that reveals a shifting interior landscape of dreams and desires. Panelists Russet Lederman, Kunié Sugiura, and Charles Traub share their knowledge as researchers, critics, and fellow artists about Hosoe’s groundbreaking work from the 1960s onward. Traub and Sugiura concentrate on Hosoe’s influence on their generation, while Lederman introduces an overview of Hosoe as a postwar photographer with a focus on his role as a teacher and catalyst for an East-West dialogue. Excerpts from Hosoe’s 1960 film Heso to genbaku (Navel and A-Bomb) are be shown alongside photographs during the discussion. This panel was made possible with the support of Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery, and was presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Eikoh Hosoe: Curated Body 1959-1970, on view through October 19, 2013.

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          • Rupture, Reconnection: The Photography of Eikoh Hosoe - Part 2/4

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            On October 9th, 2013 Aperture and Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery hosted a conversation on the career and influence of Eikoh Hosoe, widely acknowledged as a pioneer of expressionistic post–World War II Japanese photography. Hosoe, whose oeuvre spans over fifty years, has explored the human body’s physicality as a subject that reveals a shifting interior landscape of dreams and desires. Panelists Russet Lederman, Kunié Sugiura, and Charles Traub share their knowledge as researchers, critics, and fellow artists about Hosoe’s groundbreaking work from the 1960s onward. Traub and Sugiura concentrate on Hosoe’s influence on their generation, while Lederman introduces an overview of Hosoe as a postwar photographer with a focus on his role as a teacher and catalyst for an East-West dialogue. Excerpts from Hosoe’s 1960 film Heso to genbaku (Navel and A-Bomb) are be shown alongside photographs during the discussion. This panel was made possible with the support of Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery, and was presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Eikoh Hosoe: Curated Body 1959-1970, on view through October 19, 2013.

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