Tibet 1998 by Yasuhiro Ogawa.
We have the great pleasure to offer you the opportunity to own this beautifully produced exhibition quality Silver Gelatin print by Yasuhiro Ogawa also feautured in his book The Dreaming.
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Specifications of Tibet 1998
Edition of 10 – this is number 2
Silver Gelatin Print
40.8 x 50.8 cm (16″ x 20″)
Actual image size – 29.8 x 44.2 cm
Signed and numbered on verso by Yasuhiro Ogawa
Print made in 2021
Also, comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by Yasuhiro Ogawa
About Yasuhiro Ogawa
So, Yasuhiro Ogawa is a Japanese photographer born in 1968 in Kanagawa prefecture. He currently resides in Tokyo.
Ogawa as many other artists of his time is primarily influenced by the 1980s. This was a period of quickly growing global capitalism, political upheaval and significant wealth discrepancy.
During the nineteen eighties we also saw the rise of the global mass media. Furthermore, we witnessed distinctive fashion and music such as electronic pop and hip hop. It was the era of African famine. But also the height of the Cold War and then the end of it.
In 2000, Ogawa received the Taiyo Award for Futashikana Chizu. Then, in 2006, he was short listed for Oskar Barnack Award for China work. And in 2009, he received the Photographic Society of Japan’s Newcomer Award for Slowly Down the River.
So, more books and prints by Yasuhiro Ogawa you can find here.
Also, browse our print collection here.