Description:(KENNA, MICHAEL). Kenna, Michael. MICHAEL KENNA: 2007 CALENDAR....(KENNA, MICHAEL). Kenna, Michael. MICHAEL KENNA: 2007 CALENDAR. Tucson, AZ: Nazraeli Press, 2006. First Edition 1/2000. Folio. Spiral Bound Wrappers. Wall Calendar. As New. 26pp, 13 tritone illustrations. For the Michael Kenna completeist: this is a beautiful large-format wall calendar issued in 2006 by the photographer's frequent publisher, Nazraeli Press. Typical of their immaculate design and production, this features thirteen high-quality reproductions of moody landscape images that are emblematic of Kenna's work. A pristine copy still sealed in the publisher's shrinkwrap suitable for use again in 2018 perfect for the Michael Kenna completeist. Inventory Number: 023076.
Description:(KENNA, MICHAEL). Kenna, Michael. MICHAEL KENNA IN FRANCE: MERCI...(KENNA, MICHAEL). Kenna, Michael. MICHAEL KENNA IN FRANCE: MERCI BIEN POUR TOUT. Tokyo: RAM (Research Art Media), 2011. First Edition 1/2000. 4to. Pictorial Wrappers in Vellum. Photography Monograph. As New. np (72pp), 58 tritone illustrations + cover. Text in English and Japanese. In the format of 2006's "In Japan", this exceptionally lovely paperbound book features fifty-eight images made by Michael Kenna between the years of 1984 and 2011. "In France: Merci Ben Pour Tout" is not simply a visual appreciation of a very beautiful country, it is the photographer's own personal homage to the memory of his dear friend and agent, Martine d'Arc". A pristine copy of the 2011 first edition limited to two thousand copies in the publisher's printed vellum wrapper with twine closure and protective plastic pouch, as issued. Inventory Number: 021525.
Description:New. No dust jacket as issued. First edition, first printing....New. No dust jacket as issued. First edition, first printing. Special limited edition of 500 hand-numbered copies, with an original sepia-toned gelatin silver print tipped in the final page (3-1/2 x 4-3/4 inches), signed and dated ("1973") in pencil on verso by Kenna. Hardcover. Paper-covered boards, no dust jacket as issued. Photographs and text by Michael Kenna. 16 pp., with 14 duotone plates. 7 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches. The 56th publication in the Nazraeli Press One Picture Book series. CONDITION: New. From the publisher: "In June 1976, Michael Kenna first arrived in the United States to work at the Heiden Hotel in the Catskill Mountains of upstate New York. It was to be an authentic 'coming of age' summer for him. Since then, Kenna has documented the slow decline and eventual fall of the hotel. In June 2008, the crumbling structure burnt to the ground. Kenna drove ten hours with a ruptured appendix to make photographs of the remaining ashes." Signed by Author.
Title: Michael Kenna: Heiden Hotel (Nazraeli Press One Picture Book No. 56)-Signed, Limited Edition With an Original Silver Gelatin Photographic Print Author:Michael Kenna ISBN-13:9781590052556 ISBN:1590052552
Description:(KENNA, MICHAEL). Kenna, Michael. MICHAEL KENNA: HEIDEN HOTEL ...(KENNA, MICHAEL). Kenna, Michael. MICHAEL KENNA: HEIDEN HOTEL (NAZRAELI PRESS ONE PICTURE BOOK NO. 56)-SIGNED, LIMITED EDITION WITH AN ORIGINAL SILVER GELATIN PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINT. Signed by the Photographer with a Signed Print. Portland, OR: Nazraeli Press, 2009. First Edition 1/500. 12mo. Printed Boards. Photography Monograph. As New/No Jacket-As Issued. np (20pp), 14 duotone illustrations. Michael Kenna's "Heiden Hotel" is the fifty-sixth title in Nazraeli Press' series of "One Picture Books". Limited to five hundred copies only, each example of this edition is signed and numbered, containing an original 3 1/2 x 4 7/8" silver gelatin print (whose image is of the Heiden Hotel-a Catskill's resort where the young Mr. Kenna worked as a summer exchange student in 1976 and has returned to repeatedly until its sad demise in 2008) tipped in at the rear of the book. A pristine example. 1-59005-255-2 Inventory Number: 016959.
Title: Michael Kenna: Boarding School (Nazraeli Press One Picture Book No. 21)-Signed, Limited Edition With an Original Silver Gelatin Photographic Print Author:Michael Kenna ISBN-13:9781590050729 ISBN:159005072X
Description:(KENNA, MICHAEL). Kenna, Michael. MICHAEL KENNA: BOARDING SCHOOL...(KENNA, MICHAEL). Kenna, Michael. MICHAEL KENNA: BOARDING SCHOOL (NAZRAELI PRESS ONE PICTURE BOOK NO. 21)-SIGNED, LIMITED EDITION WITH AN ORIGINAL SILVER GELATIN PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINT. Signed by the Photographer with a Signed Print. Tucson, AZ: Nazraeli Press, 2003. First Edition 1/500. 12mo. Printed Boards. Photography Monograph. As New/No Jacket-As Issued. np (17pp), 8 duotone illustrations. Michael Kenna's "Boarding School" is the twenty-first title in Nazraeli Press' series of "One Picture Books". Limited to five hundred copies only, each example of this edition is signed and numbered, containing an original 4 5/8 x 4 5/8" sepia-toned silver gelatin print (whose image is the Upholland Hall seminary college that young Mr. Kenna attended) tipped in at the rear of the book. Apparently, you can go home again. A pristine example. 1-59005-072-X Inventory Number: 016778.
Description:(KENNA, MICHAEL). Kenna. Introduction by Daido Moriyama. MICHAEL...(KENNA, MICHAEL). Kenna. Introduction by Daido Moriyama. MICHAEL KENNA: HOKKAIDO. Tucson, AZ: Nazraeli Press, 2006. First Edition 1/5000. Large Square 4to. Silk Over Boards in Slipcase. Photography Monograph. As New/No Jacket-As Issued. 104pp, 84 tritone illustrations. Designed by Hideyuki Taguchi and Chris Pichler. Text in English and Japanese. "The Northern Japanese island of Hokkaido has abundant natural forests, clear lakes, and magnificent mountains. It is perhaps best known for its intense and brutal winters. Snow and ice make many parts of the island inaccessible and the local Sea of Okhotsk routinely freezes over. Michael Kenna has been photographing throughout Hokkaido, in these extreme conditions, for the past several years. The eighty-four photographs in this book are the result of his explorations. Beautifully printed on heavy, uncoated Japanese paper using special black inks, "Hokkaido" is bound in thin maple wooden boards and housed in a special slipcase." A pristine copy of the 2006 first Nazraeli Press printing housed in the publisher's shrinkwrapped slipcase, as issued. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value-we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 1-59005-139-4 Inventory Number: 023125.
Description:New. First Japanese edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine...New. First Japanese edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine red silk with title stamped in white on front cover and in black on spine. This exquisitely produced book is enclosed in a black silk-covered Japanese-style hand-made three-sided hinged case, with debossed Japanese characters on the front (the case folds out when the 'bone-like' clasps are removed); contained in a cardboard clamshell box with printed label. Three-sided hinged case size is 12-7/8 x 12-3/8 inches, book size is 12-7/8 x 12 inches. Photographs by Michael Kenna. Introduction by Kohtaro Iizawa (in Japanese and English). Designed by Hideyuki Taguchi and Chris Pichler. Unpaginated (108 pp. ), with 93 tritone plates reproduced 1: 1 from original sepia-toned gelatin silver prints, beautifully printed on heavy fine art matt paper. This first printing was limited to 1000 hardbound copies. Out of print. CONDITION: New (book and black silk-covered hinged case are in pristine condition). Published to coincide with a number of exhibitions in Japan and the United States, opening in 2003 at the Robert Mann Gallery in New York. From the publisher: "'[Kenna] has been reflective when others have been militant, romantic when others have been skeptical. Such isolation can starve all but the most independent of talents, but for these it can provide a sanctuary where visions can develop undisturbed. Kenna is one of these. '--Joanna Pitman, The Times (London) Michael Kenna's photographs have long inspired words such as mysterious, elegant, and hauntingly beautiful--adjectives that likewise describe the Japanese landscape. The photographs in Kenna's important new monograph, Japan, are the result of an ideal pairing of artist and subject. Kenna has had a large following in Japan ever since his first exhibition there in 1987. His many subsequent exhibitions and publications in Japan have provided him with ample opportunities to visit and photograph. During the past several years, as this project began to take shape, Kenna's trips became more frequent and intense. The resulting images are stunning." No dust jacket as issued.
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