Tomoya Fujimoto is a French photographer, he studied et the Beaux-Arts School in Bordeaux, France.
His first photobook"Rien que la mer" is a self-published project, a series of photographs of the surface of the sea in Lanzarote, a radical and virtually monochrome work on texture, on matter, but also on exhiliration and losing oneself in the images, in the waters, that carry us away.
© Portrait taken from a series of portraits by Anne-Lou Buzot
.LAST COPIES of the second edition of this photobook (Amers Editions, 1st printing, 2021) - Signed copies. Introduction from the photobook, by the artist: [translation L'Ascenseur Végétal] " « Free man you will alway cherish the sea » Baudelaire, surprisingly, writes these words, when modernity tumbles into unbridled industrialization, pandemic...