Photographs by Kikuchi Osamu.
Little More, 2009. 128 pp., Color and black & white illustrations throughout, 9x11½".
Honest, touching and simmering with vitality, Kikuchi Osamu’s
documentary photographic essay follows the trails of Hiroshi Hasegawa.
After discovering that he was infected with HIV, Hasegawa, also known as
the drag queen ‘Kuma Fujin,’ set up a network for HIV positive patients to
live normal lives, while also struggling himself with the daily problems of
the disease. Accompanied by an English language insert, the edition
features full-page black and white photographs, interspersed by 16 colour
images that tell the story of an individual and his joy of, and fight for,
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