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Issei Suda, Issei Suda

Fragment of everyday life

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Issei Suda made a name for himself in the Japanese photographic world through his 6 x 6 black-and-white prints that bare the unexpected—and often unsettling—dimensions lurking in, otherwise, perfectly mundane subjects. Now, a new collection focuses on a perhaps less celebrated, but no less arresting side of his art: his color photography. The roughly 150 works cover ‘Fragment of Everyday Life (1983–1984)’, Suda’s first series of medium-format colour photography, and four Polaroid series from the turn of this century including ‘Spot’, which seeks to capture the “residues” lingering at the sites of past incidents.⁠⠀
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“Just like the past does not exist in front of our eyes, everyday life has no substance either.”⁠⠀
“What I continue doing is something I would describe as digging my nails into each and every thing that I don’t even have the skills to acquire.”⁠ (from the artist’s afterword)

  • date de publication : april 2018
  • langage : EN / JA
  • pages : 128 p.
  • format : 21 x 16 x 29.7
  • reliure : paperback, soft cover and dustjacket
  • ISBN : 9784861526572
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