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Strangers Volume 2

Artist
Futoshi Miyagi
Date
2006
Publisher
Self published
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Size
16 × 21 cm
Description

This artist book looks at a young man’s sexual identity unfolding. Futoshi Miyagi takes pictures of himself inserted in the lives of other gay men, whom he does not know. The images are poetically stiff and awkward. Included in the book is a postcard of an email requesting “strangers” to continue this project.

  1. Strangers Volume 2
 

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