Kyoichi Tsuzuki

Kyoichi Tsuzuki: Roadside Usa (Japanese Edition)
by Kyoichi Tsuzuki
Publisher's Description
Born in Tokyo in 1956, Tsuzuki worked as an editor and writer for the magazine “Popeye” and “Brutus” from 1976 to 1986, dealing chiefly with contemporary art, architecture design and urban life. From 1989 to 1992 he complied ArT RANDOM, a 102-volume collection of contemporary art, which afforded a comprehensive view of art around the 1980s. In 1993 he published “Tokyo Style” a collection of common living spaces in Tokyo. From 1993 to 1998 he realized his “Roadside Japan” visiting strange spots popping up around Japan. For this Roadside USA Tsuzuki has travelled all over the country photographing the bizarre, strange, hilarious. …From a Giant Lobster, the World’s Smallest Church, the Cadillac Ranch, the Ave Maria Grotto, the Museum of Fur Trade, the Dinosaur World. It’s all there in this full coloured extravagant follow-up of his “Roadside Japan”.
ISBN: 4757218095
Publisher: Aspect
Paperback : 528 pages
Language: Japanese
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