Softcover | out of print | unpaginated
Published by Workshop School of Photography, 1976.
The seventh publication from the avant-garde ‘Workshop Photography School’ founded by Daido Moyiyama in 1974, and co founded by Shomei Tomatsu, Masahisa Fukase, Eikoh Hosoe, Daido Moriyama and Noriaki Yokosuka, each of whom contributed to the magazine's essays and criticism. The school’s alumni included Keizo Kitajima, Seiji Kurata, Osamu Takizawa among others. Each issue contains both images and essays, and was edited by a founder member, with sections by each in every issue, along with work created with and by the students. While the school closed its doors in March 1976, production of the magazine continued until the eighth issue in July 1976.
A truly fascinating document of the development of post provoke photography.
This issue focusses on the work of Seiji Kurata, much of which later appeared in Kurata’s extraordinary photobook, ‘Flash-Up’, as well as a number of his otherwise unpublished photos.
Condition: very good (price sticker stuck to front cover)