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Books Encyclopedia of Flowers Volume 5

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They set out to immortalize the pure beauty of flowers, faithfully and without thought for the self and found themselves returning to the roots of their series. This is the fifth volume in the “Encyclopedia of Flowers” book series, a collaborative work between flower artist Makoto Azuma and photographer Shunsuke Shiinoki. The 114 photographs from five series (Ikebana, Whole, Flock, Pivot, and Autogenesis) that make up this book have been created between 2019 and 2021, the time of the pandemic. Looking back in time in search of what to do during such extraordinary times, the artists came upon a book that describes the roots of traditional Japanese ikebana. It describes monks who, during times of severe famine, gave flowers to those who lost their lives, provided food and shelter for those in need, and used flowers to reinvigorate people’s hearts. Azuma and Shiinoki channeled these ideas and ideals into the “Ikebana” series.

They set out to immortalize the pure beauty of flowers, faithfully and without thought for the self and found themselves returning to the roots of their series. This is the fifth volume in the “Encyclopedia of Flowers” book series, a collaborative work between flower artist Makoto Azuma and photographer Shunsuke Shiinoki. The 114 photographs from five series (Ikebana, Whole, Flock, Pivot, and Autogenesis) that make up this book have been created between 2019 and 2021, the time of the pandemic. Looking back in time in search of what to do during such extraordinary times, the artists came upon a book that describes the roots of traditional Japanese ikebana. It describes monks who, during times of severe famine, gave flowers to those who lost their lives, provided food and shelter for those in need, and used flowers to reinvigorate people’s hearts. Azuma and Shiinoki channeled these ideas and ideals into the “Ikebana” series.

    9784861528774

Sofort versandfertig, Lieferzeit ca. 1-2 Werktage

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