Hiroshi Watanabe

Bull City Summer

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Bull City Summer: A Season at the Ballpark brings together a team of artists and documentarians around a season of minor league baseball to find stories and images on the field and behind the scenes that collectively present a microcosm of contemporary American culture engaged around a favorite pastime. The Durham Bulls are one of the most popular and successful minor league baseball teams in the country, with more players being sent to the Majors than any other minor league team.

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Barber Shop, Asakusa, Japan, by Hiroshi Watanabe

Barber Shop, Asakusa, Japan, by Hiroshi Watanabe

Improvisation

I once worked with an immigrant from Vietnam who told me about living in a basement apartment the first eight years in this country. Each morning he’d wake and look out a narrow window that ran along the top part of his wall. At his sightline were just feet walking back and forth, to work, school, the store, shuffling or briskly maneuvering across the concrete and through the dailiness. The conversation of footfalls, the sidewalk of a world outside a room--the narrative of being somewhere, the beginnings of home, now. 

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Photographs Not Taken: A Collection of Photographers' Essays

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Featured in the New York Times, New Yorker, TIME, Wall Street Journal, Guardian, La Repubblica, Wired, Photograph, and Artnet

Edited by Will Steacy
Introduction by Lyle Rexer
Paperback, 232 pages

Photographs Not Taken is a collection of essays by photographers about moments that never became a picture. Conceived and edited by Will Steacy, each photographer was asked to abandon the camera and, instead, use words to recreate the image that never made it through their lens.

Featuring contributions from over sixty photographers!

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Issue #6, The Atomic Issue

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Featuring portfolios by: Harold Edgerton, Robert Del Tredici, Carole Gallagher, Chris McCaw, Pierpaolo Mittica, Jürgen Nefzger, Simon Roberts, Richard Ross, Paul Shambroom, Ramin Talaie, Hiroshi Watanabe, and Yosuke Yamahata. Considering the danger posed by thousands of active nuclear weapons spread around the world, it is not surprising that the specter of nuclear-induced destruction remains at the back of our minds. Indeed, atomic disaster may be the single largest threat to human existence. In this edition of Daylight Magazine we have compiled the work of several photographers concerned by the use of atomic technology and its implications for the future.

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