Piles of Time(With OBI)

鈴木 理策 / Risaku Suzuki

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Format/ハードカバー   Pages/-   Size/233*283*20
"Piles of Time (With OBI)", a photo book by Japanese photographer Risaku Suzuki. Risaku Suzuki started creating works in the latter half of the 1980s using photographs as a medium. In 1998, I released the 1st photo book "KUMANO" with the theme of geographical movement and visualization of temporal transition from Tokyo to Kumano and my own fabric, Shingu City in Wakayama Prefecture, and Ihei Kimura released in the book released next year. Received a photo award. Representing modern Japan, the solo exhibition "Kumano, Snow, Sakura" was held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography in 2007, and "Risaku Suzuki Photo Exhibition: Flow of Consciousness" was held at the Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery in 2015. It is highly regarded worldwide as a photographer. This is the second photo book of Suzuki, and consists of two parts, taken in Osorezan, Aomori Prefecture, and about the festival of Hanagu Shrine in Mie Prefecture. Like "KUMANO", the track is contained in a road movie style. “In movies, time and space are two sides of the same coin, neither“ Osorezan ”nor“ Izanami ”exist in a certain sense until the page is opened. , These photographs exist ”(“ Groups of photographs waiting to occur ”Takako Matsuda). With obi.
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Jacket: Slightly stained / few marginal damage Body: Heaven / Small stain