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Joy of Color, Asia, Contemporary Color Japanese Photography, Limited Edition by Yasuhiro Ishimoto
Joy of Color, Asia, Contemporary Color Japanese Photography, Limited Edition by Yasuhiro Ishimoto
Joy of Color, Asia, Contemporary Color Japanese Photography, Limited Edition by Yasuhiro Ishimoto
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Joy of Color, Asia, Contemporary Color Japanese Photography, Limited Edition by Yasuhiro Ishimoto

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Joy of Color, 2002 by Yasuhiro Ishimoto is a contemporary color photograph from an extensive documentary photography series of Japan that Nagano shot on assignment. The image is hand-signed on recto (front left margin) by the photographer.

This is an archival pigment print on Hahnemule Fine Art paper printed 2005 under the direction of the photographer. The 19" x 13" work is from the portfolio "Masters of Modern Photography. Japan," Tokyo. Edition available: 87/100.

Provenance: Private Collector

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Artist’s Bio:

Yasuhiro Ishimoto a Japanese photographer was born in 1921. His work was chosen by Edward Steichen to appear in the Family of Man exhibition and catalogue at the Museum of Modern Art in 1955, and Steichen also selected his work for a three-person exhibition in 1961. From 1973-1993 Ishimoto produced a number of in-camera color abstractions that appeared as covers for a Japanese magazine. Ishimoto's exhibitions, include New Japanese Photography at the Museum of Modern Art in 1974, solo shows in 1960 and 1999 at the Art Institute of Chicago, a retrospective in 1989–1990 at Seibu Museum of Art in Tokyo, and an exhibition at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, in 1996. His later photography addressed the transitory nature of life as shown in photographs of clouds, footprints in melting snow and fallen leaves. Ishimoto died in 2012, at the age of 90.

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