Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino
Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Photographs: Eimu Arino

Text: Hajime Irako

Publisher: AIM Press Company

188 pages

Pictures: 94

Year: 1983

Comments: Hardcover under dust jacket, 240 x 250 mm. First edition, 1983. Black & white photographs. Text in english and in japanese. wear on dust jacket, traces on its corners othewise in very good condition. Fresh copy. Reproductions well preserved. Rare and collectible.

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Looking at photographs of cities, we occasionally find an image which is both disturbing and compelling. Whether the photographer noticed or not, the spirit of the city is starring back.. "I sometimes feel that one day the city mightt suddenly disappear", says Eimu Arino. He seems to believe that the changes are beginning to take place far beyond the realm of light, film, and optics. Does the city really intend to disappear ? Or does it plan to attack us ? It might even try to trap us. Eimu Arino attempts to read the will of the city imprinted on his photographs to understand the real intention of the city's rebellion.

Hajime Irako



Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

Eimu Arino,Cities : Spaces between real and unreal

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