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Eiichiro Sakata
Fuego II
ca. 1966-70
Gelatin silver print, Edition of 25

24 x 20 inches


Tepper Takayama Fine Arts
From the series: Just Wait..., Times Square, N.Y.

From a series of works photographed by Eiichiro Sakata during his period of residence in New York City from 1966 to 1970. With his Hasselblad camera masked with strips of black tape, a shabbily dressed and unkempt Sakata was able to photograph a diverse group of people and capture the essence of the broad ethnic and socio-economic mix on the streets of this legendary neighborhood.

Printed in:
24 x 20 inches
40 x 32 inches
90 x 90 cm, unique vintage prints

Exhibited:
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan, 2004

Literature:
"Amaranth," Edited by AERA, Asahi Shimbun, published by Asahi Shimbun, Japan

"Sakata," Edited by Nose Chieko, preface by Sayama Ichiro, published by Ryuko Tsuhin Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan





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