The Japan-based Akio Nagasawa Gallery represents the world-famous photographer Daido Moriyama. Therefore, all new publications are discussed with Akio Nagasawa and mostly also produced by Nagasawa Publishing, like the current 'Record' series.

The out-of-print volume 'Early Works' by Issei SUDA contains black-and-white photographs that were published in several magazines between 1970 and 1975, prior to the 'Fushikaden' series - this photo collection is like a prologue to his personal history.
998,00 € * Weight 1.1 kg
Facsimile. pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), ca. 20 x 25 x 1 cm., 32 pp., b/w ills., Ltd. to 250 copies with 2 different silk-screened covers (= 500 copies in total!)
298,00 € Weight 0.3 kg
'Pantomime' by Daido MORIYAMA features the more or less complete series of his pictures of fetuses, stored in formalin, photographed at a maternity hospital in Kanagawa. This was his first own project after three years’ work as an assistant to Eikoh HOSOE
298,00 € * Weight 0.2 kg
HC (no dust jacket, as issued) in slipcase, 37 x 27 x 2 cm., 90 pp., b/w ills., Japanese/English, Ltd. to 900 numbered copies
198,00 € *
This anthology, appropriately self-titled 'Record', contains works from all 30 issues of Daido MORIYAMA's self-published magazine 'Kiroku/Record' since the 1970s. The editing in a single sequence is interrupted only by the text written by himself.
178,00 € Weight 2.2 kg
Re-edit, pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), 21 x 30 x 1 cm., 32 pp., 42 b/w ills., no text, Ltd. to 350 copies
148,00 € *
In this 8th volume of a photo book series with screen-printed canvas covers, Daido MORIYAMA's 'Tiles in Aizuwakamatsu' the Japanese photographer takes as its subject the flood of roundish tiles that decorated the toilet of his hotel room in Aizuwakamatsu.
124,00 €
'Plastic Love', the fifth volume in the series of hand-bound books with screen-printed canvas covers, contains black & white and as well color photos of mannequins, which are one of the favorite motifs of the Japanese master photographer Daido MORIYAMA.
118,00 € *
Daido MORIYAMA's photo book 'Kanban' is the direct successor to 'KURA chan' in the series of hand-bound volumes with screen-printed envelopes. It contains photographs of billboards that can be found in large numbers on the streets of his favorite cities.
118,00 € *
The photographic volume 'Inexplicata Volantes' by Swiss photographer Luciano RIGOLINI contains photographs found in a ufology center. Reproduced without any manipulation, the images serve the need to explore their poetic power.
98,00 € *