Fuji.  Photographs by Christopher Steele-Perkins.


Photographs by Christopher Steele-Perkins.
Umbrage Editions, New York, 2002. 132 pp., 110 four-color illustrations, 10x10".

In the middle of the 19th-century, master Japanese printmaker Katushika Hokusai produced a volume of woodcuts entitled Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji, a copy of which became the impetus behind Steele-Perkins' most recent monograph. Steele-Perkins was struck by the wealth of descriptive information on those who lived in the vicinity of Fuji contained in the famous prints by Hokusai. This handsome monograph represents the fulfillment of his decision to create a modern version of the famous book, a 21st century view of life in Japan under the shadow, and always within view of, the iconic Mount Fuji.

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