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Cardboard Houses. Photographs by Ryuji Miyamoto. Bearlin, Kobe, 2003. 144 pp. First printing. Oblong quarto. Hardbound in photo-illustrated dust jacket. 57 black-and-white reproductions. Very Fine.



Miyamoto calls the homeless that create makeshift housing in the forgotten parts of urban landscapes 'the hunter-gatherers of the contemporary city'. Noticing the increase of cardboard housing throughout the 80's, Miyamoto started photographing the dwellings. It is a project that has extended beyond Tokyo, into the homeless worlds of other Japanese cities, as well as New York and London. One to a spread, bordered by white

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