101 VIEWS OF TOKYO

101 VIEWS OF TOKYO

Inspired by Hokusai's 'Fugaku Hyakkei' (100 Views of Mt. Fuji - a three volume set of originally monochromatic woodblock print views of Mt. Fuji), an American photographer embarks on a three decades long visual essay of the adopted city he calls home which results in 100 images and a micro-essay composing his one hundred first 'view'.


"Like Eugene Atget or Robert Frank in Paris his essays on this place are both intimate and distant; both microscope and telescope."

M.G.   Fort Worth, Texas


"A carefully crafted work void of all the cliche imagery that plagues most Japan essays."

W.E.   Tokyo, Japan

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