Moving from district to district - from wild Shinjuku to the austere Imperial Palace - Tokyo Vertigo describes all of the sensations of Tokyo: its vast avenues and building masses, its digital image screens and neon arcades, and its concurrent cultures of sex, death and ecstasy.
30 plates of black and white photographs mostly by Romain Slocombe, and a few by Nobuyoshi Araki, Eikoh Hosoe, Masahisa Fukase, and others. All English language.
Condition: used with minimal shelf wear and dings on the edges. There are a few small folds and irregularities on both the front and back cover but nothing major.
|# of Pages:||152|
|Size:||8.25" x 11" x .375"|
21 x 28 x 1.1cm