GEGOU (*signed*)

@ Suzuki, Ikuro

978-486541038-9

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256 pages - Hardcover

Akaaka, 2015

*Signed*

New - Mint condition

Presentation by Ikueo Suzuki:

"Returning from Osaka just after the new year, I was once again drawn into the whirlpool of energy in Tokyo. As I prepared for a trip in August, plans to publish this photobook were finalized an my goal became clearer than ever.

The joy of meetings, the sorrow of partings − everything provides us with a reason for living. Photographs support and document this. The work that we are burdened with brings us happiness and harm. With my photographs, I hope to lighten people’s load and free them, if only for an instant. When I meet someone, this is how I want to be as a person and how I want my photographs to be. It is also what I expect of those I am involved with, photography, and other expressions.

When my body, with crimson red coursing through it, stops before the light, and my heart throbs in my chest, the ceaseless flow of time is imprinted on my eyes.

Every photograph is an illusion. Until we meet…

                 -- Ikueo Suzuki "

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