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Fragment of Everyday Life

Price:
5,000 yen (JPY)
Author(s):
Suda Issei
Language(s):
Japanese and English
Size:
210 × 297 × 17 mm, 990 g
Pages:
128
Binding:
hardcover
Release date:
20180415
ISBN:
978-4-86152-657-2 C0072

Images that give form to the uncertainty embedded in the everyday.

When asked what I shoot, I generally reply “everyday life,” but I’m never quite sure whether this is the correct answer. “Everyday life” is simply the most innocuous term to offer as a response.

——Suda Issei

Suda Issei 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 known, 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 color 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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