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Lyu HANABUSA "Innocent" 1999


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Lyu HANABUSA, photographer. "Innocent." Mariko KOIKE, Text. Japan: Shinchosha, 1999, First Edition, OOP, HB, dj, 23 cm x 18 cm, Approx. 110 pp, color & b/w photos, text in Japanese. Hanabusa splits his time between Japan and France, creating images reminiscent of the great French photographers, Jeanloup SIEFF and Jean-Francois JONVELLE. This little gem combines a short novel by Mariko Koike (text in Japanese) with Hanabusa’s stylish photos - the nudes for which he is known, as well as photos of nude sculptures and European castle architecture. Condition: Very Good.

Lyu Hanabusa Bio: Born 1949, Osaka, Japan, Lyu Hanabusa made his debut as a professional photographer with the one-man exhibition "Mo hitotsu-Nanika (One More Something)" in 1970. Hanabusa has published a wide variety of works including portraits of celebrities, nude photography, collaborative works with writers, and travel and landscape photography. Hanabusa's major publications include "Feminite", "Rakuen-Genso Tahiti (Illusion of Paradise-Tahiti)", "Presence", "Back", "Lazy Fish", "Paris Paris" and "Louvre Bijutsukan (The Louvre Museum)." His exhibitions include "Ishikino Kanatakara Yattekuru Mono (Something Coming Far from Consciousness)", "Pari-ni Ikiru Onnatachi-no-Shozo (Portraits of Women Living in Paris)", "Kabuki", "Sozo-no-Toki (Time of Creation)" "Baroque", "Maruru/Tahiti" and "NudePortraits". Hanabusa is an executive member of the Nikkor Club, and is a member of the Nikon Salon Committee and the Japan Professional Photographers Society.