WARUM DRESDEN/WHY DRESDEN

WARUM DRESDEN/WHY DRESDEN (2017)

Seiichi Furuya’s Dresden photographs from 1984/85 are a most unlikely document — a view of daily life in the latter days of the GDR recorded by a Japanese photographer, who had been a major player in the photography scene in Austria since the beginning of the 1980s. Furuya came to Dresden as an interpreter for a Japanese construction company. His pictures are private...
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Österreich Bilder/Facing Austria

Österreich Bilder/Facing Austria (2016)

Border 2016 / Example: Around Spielfeld Fence Installations
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Staatsgrenze 1981-1983

Staatsgrenze 1981-1983 (2014)


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cluck cluck

cluck cluck (2012)


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Mémoires.1984-1987

Mémoires.1984-1987 (2010)


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Seiichi Furuya Mémoires.

Seiichi Furuya Mémoires. (2010)


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Aus den Fugen

Aus den Fugen (2007)


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Mémoires 1983

Mémoires 1983 (2006)


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alive

alive (2004)


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Letzte Reise nach Venedig/Last Trip to Venice

Letzte Reise nach Venedig/Last Trip to Venice (2002)


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Portrait

Portrait (2000)


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Christine Furuya-Gössler Mémoires, 1978-1985

Christine Furuya-Gössler Mémoires, 1978-1985 (1997)

In 1997 FURUYA produced B5 prints of Christine that he organized in chronological order and placed inside a lever arch file. He wrote down his memories pertaining to each event on the rear of each photograph, the entire work consisting of four files. Concurrently with the publication of this photo book, he held a relay exhibition of the same name in nine galleries in Tokyo and Yokohama.
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Seiichi Furuya, Mémoires 1995

Seiichi Furuya, Mémoires 1995 (1995)


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Mémoires

Mémoires (1989)


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AMS

AMS (1981)


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