IN MEMORY|ISSEI SUDA

Book Review

Following the death of master photographer Issei Suda on March 7 this year, Zen Foto Gallery’s Mark Pearson wrote a personal text recounting the relationship between Zen Foto, who published five books with Issei Suda’s photographs—including the recent “Mechanical Retina on my Fingertip” as well as “Osorezan” and “Waga Tokyo 100”—between 2013 and 2018, the personal impact Suda’s work had had on himself, and Suda’s unique strength as a photographer.

禅フォトギャラリー ブックレヴュー

Book Review

2019年9月で記念すべき10周年を迎える禅フォトギャラリー。これまでの出版物を再俯瞰するブックレヴューページを特設しました。

Tsutomu YAMAGATA "SURVEILLANCE"

Book Review

In “Surveillance”, just published by Zen Foto, he has invited young women to place a trail camera in their apartments. While they are alone at home the trail camera shoots them automatically, releasing its silent shutter and invisible infra-red flash in their dark or dimly lit rooms. The women know that they are being photographed, but not when, and the photographer is not present until he takes the camera from the women at a later date and downloads the images back at his studio...