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Seiichi Motohashi

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Name  Seiichi Motohashi

Role  Photographer
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Movies  Tale of a Butcher Shop, Alexei and the Spring, Arayashiki no junintachi, Nadya's Village

Seiichi motohashi


Seiichi Motohashi (本橋 成一, Motohashi Seiichi, born 1940) is a Japanese photographer and movie director.

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Seiichi Motohashi Seiichi Motohashi Sense of Place

Awards

  • 1968: The 5th Taiyousho Award for The Coal Mine
  • 1995: The Photographic Society of Japan Annual Award and the Society of Photography Award for Infinite Embrace
  • 1998: The 17th Domon Ken Award for Nadya’s Village
  • 1998: The 8th Excellent Film Award of the Agency for Cultural Affairs for Documentary film Nadya’s Village
  • 2002: The Readers’ Prize of the Berliner Zeitung and the International Cine Club Prize at the 52nd Berlin International Film Festival for Documentary film Alexei and the Spring
  • 2013: The Photographic Society of Japan Award for Slaughterhouse and Ueno Station (revised edition)
  • Exhibitions (selected)

  • 2002: Nadezhda - Hope The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
  • 2016: Sense of Place The Izu Photo Museum,Shizuoka Prefecture.
  • Publications (selected)

  • The Coal Mine (Kaichosha)
  • Circus Time& (Kawade Shobo Shinsha)
  • Ueno Station (Heibonsha)
  • Infinite Embrace (Nishida Shoten)
  • Nadya’s Village(Touseisha)
  • Alexei and the Spring&quot(Shogakukan)
  • A Thousand Year Song of Baobab (Heibonsha)
  • Performance East and West&quot (Office emu)
  • Slaugherhouse (Heibonsha)
  • People on the Seikan Ferryboat (Tsugaru Shobo)
  • Sense of Place (Nohara)
  • Tsukiji Fish Market – A People’s Town (Asahi Shimbun Publications Inc.)
  • References

    Seiichi Motohashi Wikipedia


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