Eiji, Ina
Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 72
Measurements: 0.00 x 0.00 cm

Eiji Ina’s colorful photographs of industrial waste are both seductive and frightening. Ina has photographed Japan’s waste sites since the early 1990s, creating a body of work that is fascinating for its visual beauty, and disturbing for the truths it tells. Crushed glass, discarded printing plates, mountains of wood chips and metal shavings are a part of our existence, and of the history of our future. Ina’s curiosity about industrial waste – its creation, storage and disposal – is contagious. His ability to create aesthetically beautiful photographs from this material, while never losing sight of the thing itself, is masterful. Printed in a first edition of 1,000 copies. Introduction by Toshiharu Ito

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