In a secluded bamboo grove in northern Japan, I stumbled across an old family homestead. On site were over 200 glass plate negatives dating back to the Taisho era of Japan, showing the construction of the house and the lives of those who lived there for many years. In these images the passage of time is both clearly evident and a blurred line, as we see the house both as a busy family nexus and a quiet companion to nature as it is returns to the earth.
Prints of all images are available to be shipped internationally.
Most images are part of an edition of 8 (+2 Artist Proofs), although some prints are available in several different sized editions.
Prints are hand printed by me (giclee on archival materials or silver gelatin depending on the image) and securely shipped internationally. I can also assist with framing if necessary.
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PROJECT: The Taisho Photographer’s House 1/27 – Series info