Kenji KANESAKA

Filmmaker, critic, photographer. Born in 1934 in Tokyo, Japan. Graduated 1957 from Keio University, Faculty of Literature, Department of English Literature. Hired by the International Department of Shochiku Film and assigned to be interpreter for the president (Shiro KIDO); became acquainted with underground filmmakers while participating in Harvard University international seminars, then took a sabbatical from Shochiku to attend Northwestern University for one year as a Fulbright scholar. He left school after finishing the film “America, America, America,” then returned to Japan, and in 1966 finished the film “Hopscotch.”

In 1964, he collaborated with Takahiko IIMURA, Koichiro ISHIZAKI, Nobuhiko OBAYASHI, Yoichi TAKABAYASHI, Shigechika SATO, Donald RICHIE, Masao ADACHI to found the experimental film group “Film Independent.”

 


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1968  
Gelatin silver print
Image size : 31.5x21.2cm
Sheet size : 35.0x26.5cm
Signed



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1968  
Gelatin silver print
26.7x34.8cm
Signed


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1968  
Gelatin silver print
35.5x23.7cm

 


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1968  
Gelatin silver print
23.5x35.0cm



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1968  
Gelatin silver print
23.5x35.1cm


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1968  
Gelatin silver print
34.7x27.1cm

 


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1968  
Gelatin silver print
34.0x26.7cm



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1968  
Gelatin silver print
23.5x35.1cm


Untitled 09

1968  
Gelatin silver print
34.7x27.1cm

 


Untitled 10

1968  
Gelatin silver print
23.5x35.0cm



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1968  
Gelatin silver print
23.5x35.1cm


Untitled 12

1968  
Gelatin silver print
34.7x27.1cm

 


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1968  
Gelatin silver print
23.5x35.0cm


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1968  
Gelatin silver print
23.5x35.1cm

 

 

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