Antoine d'Agata, Fukushima


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'More recently, Antoine D’Agata produced a surprising new book on Fukushima. Over the course of six hundred black-and-white plates, Fukushima (SUPER LABO, 2014) presents a typology of those houses abandoned due to their proximity to the stricken nuclear plant. A far cry from D’Agata’s signature work, the uncharacteristic coolness of these images builds to a foreboding emptiness.' (Marc Feustal for Aperture, 2015)

Photographing the buildings of the city, d'Agata uses an exacting yet subtle treatment for all the images, creating a book of typologies for the empty and disintegrating buildings in Fukushima after the Nuclear disaster.

Out of print

w18.3 x h12.3 cm
Body 608 pages
600 images (black and white)
Top binding Cloth /
black and white offset printing with slip case
Japanese and English text
limited 500 copies / with certificate (serial number + writer initials)
Published in 2015