The poetics of Japanese photography in the center of aesthetic education "Museyon" from the Pushkin Museum to them. A.S. Pushkin Automatic translate
Art photography is not only the main rival of painting, but also a source of inspiration for creators whose mind is not clouded and open to the new. It is impossible to create a really strong picture, bearing not only beauty, but also a deep inner content, without in-depth knowledge about the development of fine art! Similarly, the artist will not be able to create a picture without the ability in memory (and with the help of numerous sketches, sketches, sketches) to the smallest detail to save a moment worthy of the image.
The peculiarity of Japanese culture lies in the fact that the value of one moment, felt to the end, can be extolled more than the whole life, served somehow casually! Therefore, the lecture on the trends of modern Japanese photography, held on June 26 at the Museyon, was very interesting.
Lecturer Kotaro Iizawa, a well-known Japanese art historian and a fairly authoritative critic of photographic art, introduced to the audience the 7 greatest contemporary photographers whose work set the level and direction of this type of creativity from 2007 to 2009. The influence of such authors as Shintaro Sato, Ken Kitano, Naoki Ishikawa, Yasuhiro Ogawa, Toshihiro Yashiro, Kazutoshi Yoshimura, Takayuki Maekawa is difficult to overestimate.
Their work in landscape, art and documentary genres are standards of style, taste and intuition. Therefore, it was their works that were used to compare with the works of the best Chinese and European authors, as well as to analyze the gap between traditional culture and the latest trends. The lecture would be interesting to historians who want to see the “living” footage of the life of this country from the post-war period to the present moment.
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