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Ikkyu, 1989. Book. Very Good + Light Wear. No Binding. 1st Edition. Loose sheets folded to form a tabloid size book. Two pages of text to accompany black & white photographs, some double page. Laid in are 2 8X10 black & white photos. One photo is of Amerika Maru, a hospital ship during World War II, she was sunk by the United States Navy in 1944 with great loss of civilian lives. Kosaka's installation, "Amerika Maru" advertising information taped to the photo. The exhibition explored the challenges of assimilation in the 1950's and 60's Los Angeles and incorporated chanting monks, Flamenco dancers, archery, and big band music. The second photo stamped "complimentary" is inscribed and signed by Kosaka, signature has bled a little, giving the catalog and offering tickets to the premiere of Amerika Maru. Faint paper clip marks on the photos and where the photos were attached to the catalog. Quite uncommon!.
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- Black Dog Books (US)
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- HIROKAZU KOSAKA
- HIROKAZU KOSAKA
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- Used - Very Good + Light Wear
- 1st Edition
- Date published
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