Miyako Ishiuchi, Dragana Vujanovic, Louise Wolthers con Miyako Ishiuchi
Japanese photographer Miyako Ishiuchi, one of the most respected and compelling photographers of her generation, is the thirty-fourth recipient of the prestigious Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography. This publication celebrates her artistic achievements with a thorough presentation of the main themes in her work: remembrance, fabric, and the body.
The book includes works from Ishiuchi's major series 1947, Scars, Mother's, Hiroshima, Silken Dreams, and Frida by Ishiuchi. Two new essays by Christopher Phillips and Lena Fritsch offer in-depth analysis of her art.