About Kazuma Obara
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- “Photography is a form of global expression—IMA aims to reveal the meaning, context and story behind a work in order to convey its essence.” An interview with Mutsuko Ota, the Editorial Director of this delightful Japanese publication.
- Using old color-negative films found just 5 km from the Chernobyl disaster site, these haunting images relate the story of invisibility and loss faced by the victims of the world’s worst-ever nuclear accident.
- This award-winning hand-made book presents an immersive and highly moving collection of “silent histories” of six injured survivors of the bombings of Japan in WWII — visual storytelling and book design at its best.
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