Hanzai kagaku (Criminology)
- Hanzai kagaku (Criminology)
Photography magazine, first and only edition. Vol. 2, no. 13, Vol. 3, nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13, & 14. 11 volumes. Photographically illustrated. Japanese text. 8vo. Original printed wrappers.
- Published in: Tokyo-to
Hanzai Kagaku was a popular monthly magazine catering to lower end of the intellectual spectrum. The texts centred around news of a criminal, bizarre or erotic nature. Each issue is prefaced by five to ten photographic plates by Horino Masao on a given subject: Vol. 2, no. 13 is entitled 'The floating capital - Sumidagawa album', Vol. 3, No. 2 is called: 'Get set, bam!', No. 3 is entitled 'Terminal' or 'Termination' consists of a series of superb photographic montages exploring the theme in terms of human relationships, wealth and poverty, and simply travelling: “A terminal is a place from where you start again”. no. 4 is called 'fade in, fade out', No. 5 is entitled 'Banks of the Tama River' shows a trip along the river meeting first with a group of wealthy citizens but ending up in a shantytown inhabited by impoverished Koreans. No. 7 is entitled 'People living in Asakusa', shows beggars, prostitutes, and people on the fringes, No. 9 'Spread of Tokyo, part one' No. 10 'Living on the Water' is about people on houseboats, No. 12 is called 'Penetrating a market street', No. 13 'Spread of Tokyo, part two' & No. 14 is called 'Camera Reportage'.. All of these montages show a strong awareness of the social problems resulting from the rapid modernization. No copy in OCLC. (Titus Boeder, 4/2007)
- PB.329 (Photobook number)
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