Deep blacks, harsh edges, impenetrable light. Using a Leica M6 and R6, Renato d’Agostin presents his views on Tokyo in abstract black & white photography.
In the epilogue, Leica photographer Ralph Gibson writes: “These images are the thinnest possible slices of inconceivable urban density. Slices so thin they must be measured in fractions of light, tiny microscopic moments of DNA in time taken from the huge archaeology of a true metropolis.”
44 black & white images
23.8 x 33 cm
Mc2gallery Edizioni, Milan
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