Anna Colin (Ed.)
In Anabases filmmaker and visual artist Eric Baudelaire revisits the political and personal saga of the Japanese Red Army as ‘anabasis’s’—an allegory of a journey into the unknown and return home. The generously sized softcover publication, conceived as a conversation between Baudelaire’s practice and philosopher Pierre Zaoui, cinema theorist Jean-Pierre Rehm and film historian Homay King includes chronologies, archival photos, maps, and pages from books and newspapers. Baudelaire’s work is collected by MACBA Barcelona, Centre Pompidou Paris and The Whitney Museum NY.
6 ½ x 9 ¼ in. / 304 pp / 88 b&w and 65 color
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