Published in 2010 by Mirai-sha Publishers, Shomei Tomatsu's Camp Oinawa presents a series of images which portrays Okinawa, primarily its base culture from 1968-2008. Photographed over a 40 year period, this publication contains 114 images (60 of which are captured in colour) that depict the changed social and physical landscape of the island. From Naha to Kadena, Tomatsu's images illustrates a unique portrait of a culture born from the American military presence; which vividly portrays the hybridity of Okinawa as well as its social seperation and 'Otherness' found within Japan from the rest of the country.
All text included available only in Japanese.
- Book Size
- 260 x 234 mm
- 132 pages, 114 images (60 color photographs)
- Publication Date