THE SAMURAI’S GAZE
DRAWINGS BY AKIRA KUROSAWA
Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) is one of the great cinematography figures of the twentieth century. He is considered the greatest introducer of Japanese cinema in the West. This catalog includes a detailed analysis of his figure written by Josep María Caparrós and a presentation of one of his original storyboards. For the creation of the film’s scenes, the director used the storyboard as an aesthetic reference.
Akira Kurosawa imagined the frames of his films and represented them in 120 colorful and strength drawings.
This tribute to the “Emperor of the Japanese cinema” is edited by Museo ABC in collaboration with Casa Asia.
Josep Maria Caparrós, Andrés Expósito, Carlos Giménez Soria, Jordi Puigdomènech, James Goodwin, Aldo Tassone and Juan Pablo Ballester.
24 x 21 cm