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  • Nobuyoshi Araki

    Portfolio: Diptychs from `Tokyo Nude` and ‘Shi Sha Shin’ . Platinum and Palladium Prints in a folding case.

    Nobuyoshi Araki Portfolio: Diptychs from `Tokyo Nude` and ‘Shi Sha Shin’ . Platinum and Palladium Prints in a folding case.

    The new Araki diptychs consist of nude and Tokyo landscape positioned on the left and the right respectively with the artist’s own calligraphy called ‘Sho’ in Japanese.
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  • Nobuyoshi Araki

    Diptychs from `Tokyo Nude` and ‘Shi Sha Shin’

    Nobuyoshi Araki Diptychs from `Tokyo Nude` and ‘Shi Sha Shin’

    The new Araki diptychs consist of nude and Tokyo landscape positioned on the left and the right respectively with the artist’s own calligraphy called ‘Sho’ in Japanese.
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  • Nobuyoshi Araki

    Book + Folio " Sentimental Journey"

    Nobuyoshi Araki Sentimental Journey Book+Folio

    amanasalto is releasing in collaboration with the publisher a special edition, which includes 1 platinum print (selection from 3 images) and a reprinted copy of the book.
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  • Yasumasa Morimura

    Los Nuevos Caprichos

    Yasumasa Morimura

    "Los Nuevos Caprichos" is Yasumasa Morimura's homage to Francisco de Goya's (1746-1828) series "Los Caprichos". It was during Goya's mature period in 1799 when the series was published.
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  • Raphaël Dallaporta

    Covariance

    Raphaël Dallaporta

    What can we see when looking at clouds? Covariance is a central work within the vast project Raphaël Dallaporta undertook about the historical relations and theoretical links between photography, science and space research.
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  • Takeshi Shikama

    Silent Respiration of Forests

    Takeshi Shikama

    Grown up in Japan where many people traditionally co-habit with nature side by side and even worship Mother Nature, Takeshi Shikama devotes himself to portraying the respiration of forests as living things in his photographs as if he was listening to the breathing of them.
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  • Nobuyoshi Araki

    Sentimental Journey - The Complete Contact Sheets

    Nobuyoshi Araki Sentimental Journey

    "To live is to go through a sentimental journey, and to him, to photograph is to go through a sentimental journey." This is a quote by Yoko, Araki’s beloved wife who passed away in 1990. No other word can better represent Araki, someone whose life cannot be separated from photography.
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  • Kansuke Yamamoto

    Kansuke Yamamoto - Selection from Early Works (1933 - 1953)

    Kansuke Yamamoto

    Kansuke Yamamoto was 18 when he started photographing in 1931, 30 years long before Japanese Photography became recognized worldwide after WWII in the 1960s.
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  • Koo Bohnchang

    White Vessels

    Koo Bohnchang

    amanasalto is pleased to announce our latest series “White Vessels” with renowned Korean photographic artist Koo Bohnchang. This series specifically focuses on the Japan Folks Crafts Museum’s collection of white Korean porcelain vessels from the Joseon dynasty.
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  • Nobuyoshi Araki

    Hong Kong Kiss

    Nobuyoshi Araki

    “The humidity and heat is quite exhausting it makes me sweat so much. The city itself is slightly foggy […]
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  • Ishiuchi Miyako

    INTERIORS

    Ishiuchi Miyako

    amanasalto is releasing the artist’s first platinum and palladium print series, namely INTERIORS, which […]
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  • Toshiko Okanoue

    A LONG JOURNEY

    Toshiko Okanoue

    “Without being aware of it, I have planted such delicate nuances of a woman’s heart and sown seeds of su […]
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  • Sarah Moon

    Horizon

    Sarah Moon

    For this special occasion, amanasalto has produced the artist's first platinum print series Horizon. All 11 images printed with "Tosa Washi", a type of light, delicate and translucent Japanese paper that, along with the platinum process, bring out a different beauty and texture to her works.
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  • Shigeo Anzai

    Photo Collage-Early 70’s

    Shigeo Anzai

    Shigeo Anzai (1939-) likes himself to be recognized as an “Art Documentarist”, who specializes in documenting contemporary artists creating their art pieces. He started to document exhibitions and works of art following Lee Ufan’s advice since 1969.
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  • Masao Yamamoto

    Small Things in Silence

    Masao Yamamoto

    amanasalto has partnered with artist Yamamoto Masao and RM, to craft the artist's Small Things in Silence Portfolio in two different limited editions. Both limited editions include platinum prints together with his new book Small Things in Silence, published by RM based in Mexico City and Barcelona.
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  • Yuriko Takagi

    SEI

    Yuriko Takagi

    "The word pronounced as sei in Japanese, comes along with 28 kanji characters in multiple meanings.

    Whether life is about to be formed or has already ceased - the identities of these 28 plants will never be revealed.

    Words and photographs synchronize in their own mysterious worlds." -- Yuriko Takagi

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  • Tadao Ando

    ANDO x ANDO - Photographs

    Tadao Ando

    "...The 10 photographs presented here under the title ANDO×ANDO are photographs of my architecture taken by myself.They only show fragments of the architecture; they are not intended to elucidate the forms and spaces of my work.Indeed, they carry essentially no information.

    However, these captured moments do directly expose my audacious endeavor to open the door to a new world of architecture, with my own design methodology based on the composition of the basic elements of nature, geometry, and material.
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  • Arthur Tress

    TRANSRÉALITÉS

    Arthur Tress

    I took these three images during the late 1960's and early 70's as part of a portrait series on urban teenagers around New York.

    My empathy and rapport with these young people goes back to my own not too distant memories of the particularly difficult experiences I had during the complicated transition between a carefree childhood and becoming a responsible adult.
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  • Nobuyoshi Araki

    Love on the Left Eye

    Love on the Left Eye

    Entitled as Love on the Left Eye, this new series by Nobuyoshi Araki refers to Ed van der Elsken's legendary photo book from 1956, Love on the Left Bank, by which Araki was greatly inspired when he was around twenty-years old.
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  • Keiichi Tahara

    IN-BETWEEN

    IN-BETWEEN

    Keiichi Tahara is a highly acclaimed contemporary art photographer in Europe. Since his arrival in Europe in 1972, he has been fascinated by the light of France, thus light has been the central theme of his artistic creation. Instead of realizing objects by lights, he thrives to capture light itself, allowing viewers to realize the existence of light by demonstrating its temperature, humidity, and tactile texture as substances.
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  • Patrick Gries

    EVOLUTION ― The Personal Collection

    EVOLUTION ― The Personal Collection

    EVOLUTION ― The Personal Collection is an excerpt from the book Evolution, published by Xavier Barral who initiated the idea, in which more than two hundred of Gries' photographs are accompanied with text written by scientist and documentarian Dr. Jean-Baptiste de Panafieu. The result is a powerful pairing that profoundly illustrates how we came to be what we are. Evolution steps beyond the debate and presents the undeniable truth of Darwin's theory. Showing through skeletons both obscure, commonplace, and intriguing, the process in which life has transformed itself, again and again.
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  • Nobuyoshi Araki

    Pillow Book "Erotos"

    Pillow Book “Erotos”

    Araki's seminal series Erotos was first published back in 1993. This year, we have chosen 10 images from the series, printed the images with our platinum printing technology, and sewn them together into a Pillow Book what is covered with genuine leather and contains the artist's autograph, an edition number, as well as an original polaroid photographed by the artist.
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  • Hiroshi Sugimoto

    Pre-Photography Time-Recording Devices

    Pre-Photography Time-Recording Devices

    “Compared to painting and to sculpture, photography is a newcomer as an art medium. Even before the invention of photography in the early nineteenth century, there already existed a wonderful medium capable of recording the past with great precision. This pre-photography time-recording device was the fossil. If we allow the technology of the fossil to be an art, then fossils can be characterized justifiably as the world’s oldest art form. Indeed, fossils have been around for aeons and long predate the human race and its ability to appreciate art.” ----- Hiroshi Sugimoto
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  • Tadao Ando

    ANDO BOX The 1st Round [drawings]

    ANDO BOX The 1st Round [drawings]

    A portfolio collecting the works of Tadao Ando, one of the world’s leading contemporary architects, is published in two volumes. “The 1st Round” contains platinum prints of a selection of drawings and comes in a special box designed by Ando himself.
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  • Hiroshi Sugimoto

    Book + Folio "ON THE BEACH" Limited Edition Portfolio of Single Platinum Print

    Book + Folio “ON THE BEACH” Limited Edition Portfolio of Single Platinum Print

    This Book + Folio consists of the photo book ON THE BEACH, published in April 2014 by IMA PHOTOBOOKS, and one world's top class quality platinum print by amanasalto. The platinum print is special edition from the series ON THE BEACH including Sugimoto's autograph and a serial number.
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  • Hiroshi Sugimoto

    ON THE BEACH

    ON THE BEACH

    “Persevering with my lonely task on the deserted beach, I half-succumbed to the notion that human civilization had ended. The sight of crafted objects rotting away is at once dreadful and beautiful. Time foments corrosion. It does not take long for civilization to decay. Just a few decades are enough for a car, one symbol of our modern civilization, to decompose into nothing.” ----- Hiroshi Sugimoto
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  • Nao Tsuda

    REBORN―Platinum Print Series

    REBORN―Platinum Print Series

    “Bhutan is a small Buddhist country located at the Eastern end of the Himalayas. Its size is about the s […]
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  • Daido Moriyama

    Book + Folio "View from the Laboratory" Limited Edition Portfolio of Single Platinum Print

    Daido Moriyama Book + Folio “View from the Laboratory”

    "Book+Folio", Box set of Photo Book "View from the Laboratory" and Limited Edition Portfolio of One Platinum Print Available Now.
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  • Matthew Pillsbury

    City Stages

    Matthew Pillsbury Book + Folio “City Stages”

    "Book+Folio", Box set of Photo Book "City Stages" by Aperture and Limited Edition Portfolio of Six Platinum Prints Available Now.
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  • Sakiko Nomura

    "NUDE/ A ROOM / FLOWERS"

    Sakiko Nomura Book + Folio “NUDE / A ROOM / FLOWERS “

    "Book+Folio", Box set of Photo Book『NUDE/ A ROOM/ FLOWERS』and Limited Edition Portfolio of Three Platinum Prints Available Now.
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  • Shomei Tomatsu

    Pencil of the Sun

    Shomei Tomatsu

    The title, "Pencil of the Sun,” is a clear reference to Henry Fox Talbot's "The Pencil of Nature,” hinting at a thematic connection between the original of photography and his own body of work, which was in itself a groundbreaking project and a return to his own roots as a photographer.
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  • Imogen Cunningham

    The Eye of Imogen Cunningham

    Portfolio The Eye of Imogen Cunningham

    Leading 20th century photographer Imogen Cunningham was active from the early 1900s until the mid-70s. This portfolio contains 25 representative items selected from her catalogue of works, divided into five periods from early to mature and very late years. Housed in a specially made box, the portfolio is one item that perfectly showcases Imogen Cunningham's universe of sublime beauty.
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  • Nobuyoshi Araki

    Erotos 2013

    Nobuyoshi Araki

    The title "Erotos" is a term that Nobuyoshi Araki coined to express an image in which "Eros" and "Thanatos" harmoniously blend together. For these ambitiously provocative photographs, Araki used a macro lens and ring strobe flash to shoot his subjects at the closest possible range. The resulting extreme close-ups show only fragments of the photographer's subject, dismantling the image's original meaning, and exposing their true nature as overwhelming manifestations of "Erotos." Re-edited and reinterpreted from a contemporary point of view, the controversial series that originally became known as Araki's seminal work in 1993 takes a new form. This new "Erotos" marks the first occasion for his photography to be printed in platinum palladium print.
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  • Elliott Erwitt

    Elliott Erwitt

    Elliott Erwitt

    Magnum Photos member Elliott Erwitt has been active at the forefront of photography since the 1940s. Together with the photographer, amanasalto has selected eighteen of Erwitt’s greatest works taken between 1946 and 1999 and given them a new life using the latest technology in platinum palladium printing. Made under the direction of Erwitt himself, the results are flawless reproductions with rich tones and a high definition never before seen with his timeless masterpieces.
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  • Daido Moriyama

    View from the Laboratory

    Daido Moriyama

    Daido Moriyama's book "View from the Laboratory" was published in April 2013. The photographs contained in this book were shot while visiting Saint-Loup-de-Varennes in the Bourgogne region in central France, where Joseph Niephore Niepce took the world's first photographs back in 1827. Traveling to this region had been a longstanding dream for Moriyama, and amanasalto managed to capture the precious sceneries photographed during the journey in the form of platinum palladium prints.
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  • Herbert Ponting

    Captain Scott’s Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913

    Herbert Ponting

    The British Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition, 1910-1913, on which Captain Robert Falcon Scott and four of his companions perished whilst returning from the South Pole, is among the most important early expeditions to the Antarctic. The photographs of the endeavour, taken by Herbert Ponting, constitute one of the most compelling visual records in the history of exploration.
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