“Seitz’s book, with its full investigation of Anderson’s art—including, with a touching frankness, his confession to Anderson of his numerous and insightful ‘theories’ (his word) about the films (these interviews are two-sided discussions)—unfolds the densely compressed layers of thought and experience, impulse and intention, that go into the making of Anderson’s films.”
Last week, New York-based Japanese photographer Q. Sakamaki hosted our Instagram feed. Photographing during a visit to Japan, Sakamaki provided a pocket-size window into life all over the country, from daily commutes in Tokyo to the surf culture along the coast of the Sagami Bay, in central Japan. A look at the photos: http://nyr.kr/H4tXZS
Top: High-school girls in Tokyo.
Bottom-left: A hostess takes a cigarette break in the Kabuki-cho region of Tokyo.
Bottom-right: A surfer headed to Shichirigahama Beach in Shonan, along the coast of Toyko.