ONE PICTURE BOOK TWO #18: A WALK THROUGH A BAMBOO GROVE by David H. Gibson
アメリカ人フォトグラファー、デビッド・H・ギブソン（David H. Gibson）の作品集。アメリカの出版社「NAZRAELI PRESS」が手がけるプリント付き作品集シリーズ『ONE PICTURE BOOK TWO』の第18巻。
全100タイトルをもって完結した『ONE PICTURE BOOK』のアップグレード版である本シリーズ『ONE PICTURE BOOK TWO』は、装丁、サイズともにリニューアル。各タイトル500部限定発行、約127x178mm（約5x7インチ）のサイン入りプリントが付属し、前作と同様100タイトルで完結予定。
With his masterful sequence A Walk Through A Bamboo Grove, Hokoku-ji, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan, David H. Gibson brings the viewer into another space and time. Kamakura, a seaside Japanese city famous for its many Buddhist Zen temples and Shinto shrines, is also home to immense groves of moso bamboo. Attaining heights of over 90 feet, this giant timber bamboo sheds its older leaves as new ones unfurl, blanketing the ground within the dark, cool groves.
One experiences a sense of awe, vicariously wandering in the grove on the paths provided, with unexpected vistas, ancient stone lanterns, and the repetitive rhythm the bamboo segments. Looking up, one sees what appears to be a gothic cathedral, with the sky as the roof.
David H. Gibson’s work has been widely exhibited and written about, and is the subject of several monographs. The artist’s original photographs are housed in numerous public and private collections, among them Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas; Citibank North America, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas; Deloitte & Touche LLP, Washington, D.C.; and Ballinglen Arts Foundation, County Mayo, Ireland.
One Picture Book Two: an upgraded, upscaled follow-up to NAZRAELI PRESS' much-loved One Picture Book series of artists’ books. Each title is limited to 500 numbered copies, and includes a removable, signed, original print measuring approximately 5x7 inches. The books are slightly larger than those in the original series, with a fresh design and upgraded materials.