Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki
Karerano michi no yokubo

Photographs: Tsuyoshi Nozaki

Publisher: Self-published

Year: 1975

Price: 400

Comments: Softcover, 245 x 215 mm. First edition, 1975. Black & white photographs.

During the 1960s and 1970s, established theatre companies had risen and fallen in Japan with a handful of them closing down entirely or renewing themselves with new names and directors. Many tried to rejuvenate theatre into something immediate and alive, which led to a myriad of approaches to that goal. Some tried new dramatic form, and others attempted to transform "modern theatre" by exploiting the pre-modern aspects in our lives. It was during those years that a new movement of spirit started to arise in the shingeki community as alternative-minded producing parties started appearing with distinct differences to those that had appeared before. With Karenano michi no yokubo, Tsuyoshi Nozaki captured these new ways of practicing theatre.

 


Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

Tsuyoshi Nozaki,Karerano michi no yokubo

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