'AFTER THE FIREWORKS' a solo show by Amanda Houchen on display at Ducie Street Warehouse until the end of July
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A book by artist Namio Harukawa (May 1947 – April 24, 2020), dedicated to Harukawa’s archive of rarely published work.
Creating a visionary language through the medium of pencil drawings, Harukawa worked for 60 years under a pseudonym, Namio Harukawa: formed from an anagram of “Naomi”, a reference to Jun’ichirō Tanizaki’s novel, and actress Masumi Harukawa, using it until his death in 2020. The book also contains an essay by academic Pernilla Ellens, editor of Post Butt and The true meaning of S.M.H. and is designed by Sam Boxer, Art Director of Gut Magazine.
- Published by Baron Books
- 76 Pages
- Hardback Book
- W200 x H250
- Second edition | Edition of 1000 copies