We Have No Place To Be 1980-1982
We have no place to be 1980-1982 by Joji Hashiguchi. First impression of this paperback edition in new condition. No markings. Choose between a signed or an unsigned copy. Please see pictures. PayPal accepted, any questions please get in touch.
*Please note that the signed copy is signed by Joji Hashiguchi to title page
About We Have No Place To Be 1980-1982
We Have No Place to Be (originally published by Soshisha in 1982) launched Hashiguchi’s illustrious 40-year career, and remains widely regarded as one of the photographer’s seminal early works. This new edition from Session Press, supervised and edited by Hashiguchi himself, is comprised of 139 b&w photographs, including more than 30 previously unpublished images.
In the early 1980s, Hashiguchi began to document the plight of the young with his debut work, Shisen. Stifled by the mounting pressures posed by an increasingly oppressive education system and home life, these youths sought out their own identities on the streets of Tokyo—a lost tribe desperate for self-expression, repelled by a society that sang the praises of abundant riches and stability.