Beautiful young Japanese girls are photographed in casts and bandages, victims of unknown traumas in the neon streets and hospital rooms. These are the "broken dolls" of Romain Slocombe's Tokyo, a city seething with undercurrents of violent fantasy, fetishism and bondage. City of the Broken Dolls is a provocative photographic document of the girls whose bodies bear mute witness to Tokyo's futuristic, erotic interface of sex and technology.
98 plates of black and white photographs including a few of Nobuyoshi Araki.
Condition: lightly used, minimal shelf wear and dings on the edges. There are a few folds and irregularities to the smoothness of the front cover.
|# of Pages:||130|
|Size:||8.25" x 11" x .375"|
21 x 28 x 1cm