EIKOH HOSOE INTERVIEW FOR THE ART GALLERY OF NSW
Leading contemporary Japanese photographer and SOME/THINGS featured artist Eikoh Hosoe discusses his work and inspirations during his visit to the Art Gallery of NSW for his 2011 exhibition 'Eikoh Hosoe: theatre of memory'.
HOSOE'S KAMAITACHI WAS PHOTOGRAPHED BY MARTIN D’ORGEVAL FOR A VERY SPECIAL COLLABORATIVE FEATURE IN SOME/THINGS MAGAZINE ISSUE003, OFFERING A PERSONAL VIEW ON SOME OF THE MOST RARE AND SOUGHT AFTER PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOKS, AMONG THEM YUTAKA TAKANASHI'S TOSHI-E [TOWARDS THE CITY], RICHARD LONG'S LABYRINTH, CHIEN-CHI CHANG'S THE CHAIN, HIROSHI SUGIMOTO'S SEA OF BUDDHA, MASAHISA FUKASE'S RAVENS, AND KEN DOMON'S BUNRAKU. THIS CONCEPT WAS CONTINUED IN SOME/THINGS CHAPTER004, WITH D’ORGEVAL CREATING A PHOTOGRAPHIC SERIES ON DER EWIGE SCHLAF [VISAGE DE MORTS] BY rudolf schäfer.
/ A PREVIEW OF THE FEATURE IN ISSUE003 IS ONLINE