"Breathtakingly beautiful? it sounds like a cliche, but the phrase encapsulates the feeling that echoed in my mind the moment I saw Michael Kenna's work... It is as if Mother Nature is trying to show off her creation through the medium of these images.? Lee Chuyoung, Curator of National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea.
Elegantly printed with Nazraeli's special Daido black ink and tinted spot varnish on Japanese matte art paper, this first printing of Shinan is limited to 3,000 slipcased copies.
A special edition of 250 signed and numbered copies, presented in a custom clamshell box, is also available.
Hardcover, 12 x 13,
88 pages, 68 duotone plates.