New York.

Photographs by Keizo Kitajima.
Aperture, New York, 1986. 172 pp., 150 duotone reproductions, 11¾x8".

Realizing that his home country was becoming more and more Americanized, the Japanese photographer Kitajima has come to New York to see what America is really like. Influenced by Klein and Atget, he brings an explosive vision to the New York streets and finds a kind of theater of the extreme: ". . . rich, poor, famous, or unknown. The status hierarchy is obvious everywhere"--the publisher. An exuberant work, full of tragedy and violence.

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