Seiichi Furuya. Mémoires 1995.
Photographs by Seiichi Furuya. Essays by Urs Stahel and Toshiharu Ito.
160 pp., numerous color and black-and-white illustrations, 6¾x8¾".
This book is a collection of photographs taken by Seiichi Furuya, a Japanese photographer who has lived in Europe since the early 1970s. The images are a combination of personal and public photographs--ranging from his portraits of Bosnian refugees to his wife and child. The pervasive sentiment of his photographs is one of perpetual displacement, in the face of which life continues all the same.
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