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Surrealism and Photography in 1930s Japan

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Exciting archival research based on rarely seen Japanese surrealist photography
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Forlag: Bloomsbury Visual Arts
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 272
ISBN: 9781788314053
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Winner of Best Art Publication 2021 in the International Institute for Asian Studies' ICAS Book Prize!

"Jelena Stojkovic’s excellently researched book adds a new perspective not only to the history of photography but also to Japanese history. Offering original analyses and reproductions of more than 50 art works and clippings from newspapers and journals, this volume is an outstanding art publication."

--ICAS Book Prize committee

"Jelena Stojkovic's well-researched and detailed book ... is the first English-language monograph on Surrealist photography in Japan."

--The Burlington Magazine

"Richly detailed and critically astute, this is an important book that extends our understanding of Surrealism as a worldwide movement, and also tells us much about the importance of photography within Surrealism, a role that was often ignored and even dismissed at the time."

--Ian Walker, photographic historian, photographer, critic, curator and previously Professor of Photography at Newport in South Wales

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Winner of Best Art Publication 2021 in the International Institute for Asian Studies' ICAS Book Prize!

"Jelena Stojkovic’s excellently researched book adds a new perspective not only to the history of photography but also to Japanese history. Offering original analyses and reproductions of more than 50 art works and clippings from newspapers and journals, this volume is an outstanding art publication."

--ICAS Book Prize committee

"Jelena Stojkovic's well-researched and detailed book ... is the first English-language monograph on Surrealist photography in Japan."

--The Burlington Magazine

"Richly detailed and critically astute, this is an important book that extends our understanding of Surrealism as a worldwide movement, and also tells us much about the importance of photography within Surrealism, a role that was often ignored and even dismissed at the time."

--Ian Walker, photographic historian, photographer, critic, curator and previously Professor of Photography at Newport in South Wales

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Introduction Part I: 'NEW' PHOTOGRAPHY (shinko shashin) 1. Emergence 2. Photo-Collages Part II: 'AVANT-GARDE' PHOTOGRAPHY (zen'ei shashin) 3. Images without Texts 4. Coded Revolution Part III: 'PLASTIC' PHOTOGRAPHY (zokei shashin) 5. Materiality 6. Locality Conclusion
Jelena Stojković, PhD is an art historian and writer based in London. She is Lecturer in History and Theory of Photography at the Arts University Bournemouth.