Daido Moriyama : Record N° 38

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Dans cette édition, Daido Moriyama réfléchit sur les sujets qu’il décrit dans ses photographies, spéculant qu’ils sont finalement enracinés dans ses souvenirs d’enfance et les diverses choses qu’il a vues et vécues au début des années 1950. La myriade d’images qu’il a capturées en tant que photographe de rue au fil des ans représente une communion instantanée avec l’ici et maintenant, pourtant les gens lui disent souvent qu’il est difficile de dire exactement quand ses photographies ont été prises. C’est peut-être un autre indicateur qui met en évidence cet aspect même de son travail, et pourrait être interprété comme provenant de ses souvenirs de paysages et de scènes au Japon d’après-guerre. Le présent est toujours lié au passé et au futur ; photos en n.b.

As I get older with the camera in my hand, I realize that all the different things that I depict in my photographs are ultimately rooted in my childhood memories, the various things I have seen and experienced in the postwar years of the early 1950s.
My memories of wandering from one town to another for a while after the war have piled up at the bottom of my conscious mind, and it appears to me that they are reflected in the myriad images I’ve been capturing as a street snap photographer, responding to my index finger as it releases the shutter. In other words, regardless of whether I was aware of it at the place and time of shooting, it seems that the majority of my photographs represent an instant communion with the here and now that is established through some kind of time tunnel. -Daido Moriyama, afterword –

In this edition Daido Moriyama muses on the subjects he depicts in his photographs, speculating that they are ultimately rooted in his childhood memories and the various things he saw and experienced in the early 1950s. The myriad images he has captured as a street photographer over the years represent an instant communion with the here and now, yet people often tell him that it is difficult to tell exactly when his photographs were taken. It is perhaps another indicator that highlights this very aspect of his work, and could be interpreted as originating from his memories of landscapes and scenes in post-war Japan. The present is always linked to past and future.

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Poids 450 g
Dimensions 21 × 28 cm
Nombre de pages 120 pages
Reliure Broché
Langues japonais