Kyoto. A Meditative Landscape, Hiroshi Masaki’s second book, includes a series of personal, thoughtful and deeply formal photographs of Kyoto. Impressed by the traditional beauty and simple design of Kyoto’s temples, shrines and gardens, Masaki depicts the city as a place of spirituality, meditation and deep history.
The book includes two texts in both Japanese and English, the first by Simon Baker, Curator of Photography and International Art, Tate, and the second by the artist himself.
RM + Toluca Éditions
120 pages – 28 x 24 cm
78 photographs (black and white)
Bilingual edition : English and Japanese
ISBN RMV: 978-2-9522442-6-8