Catalogue for the 1993 exhibition at the Tokyo Station Gallery, Tokyo
Shoji Ueda is widely known for combining surrealist compositional elements with realistic depictions in his typically black and white images. The sand dunes of his native region of Tottori often provided a backdrop for his single and group portraits.
Early in his career, in the 1930s, Ueda had already absorbed many of the modernist tendencies then prevalent in photography in the West. This catalogue contains four sections–modernism, realism, attitude, and vision–with over 200 beautiful reproductions that touch on a dizzying range of photographic styles, from pictorialism to documentary to abstract/surreal, stylized fashion work. An incredible book of one of Japanese most visionary photographers.
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- Shoji Ueda
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