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須田一政:Childhood Days
June 1 – July 22, 2018
日本東京 Akio Nagasawa Gallery

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須田一政:Childhood Days於日本東京Akio Nagasawa藝廊現正展出中。

「我並不相信一個人在童年之後還會感到渴望。每一個童年都有它的悲與痛。然而一旦童年遠去,我們也將發現我們正在邁向生命的終點。我猜我們都記得自己的童年時光,就如同我們看著我們的孩子一樣般喜悅。這些照片是在20世紀70到80年代初期所拍攝的,那段所謂「昭和時期孩子」的時代。以年齡上來說,它們是我的,但也因為孩子與我都共同經歷了昭和時期,所以我也能很敏感的與這個世代感到相連。在他們之中,有些孩子是那個時代最完美的,他們的樣貌絕非現今的人們可以比擬。這讓就算是身為拍攝者的我,也感受到了時間的不可逆。孩童們是狂野的,在某種層度上甚至有著一絲殘酷。因此,交錯成熟的成年人必不會將其與自己視為一體,因它們太可愛、太美。過去的時光很美,而我們的童年是甜蜜的微小回憶,讓我們想要緊鎖在一個小小的珠寶盒中。」— 須田一政 Childhood Day 後話

文字&圖片出處:http://www.akionagasawa.com/en/exhibition/childhood-days/

Suda Issei: Childhood Days
June 1 – July 22, 2018
Akio Nagasawa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

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Akio Nagasawa Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Issei Suda’s exhibition “Childhood Days.”

I don’t believe that every person in the world yearns after his or her childhood. Every childhoood has its times of grief and suffering. However, once our childhood days lie far behind us, and we find ourselves approaching the end of our life, I suppose we all remember our time as little kids with the same foudness that we’re now looking at our own children with. The photographs were taken in the 1970s and early ’80s, and show so-called “children of the Showa era.’ In terms of age,they could be my own, but as both the children and myself have experienced the Showa era, it’s a generation that I can relate to in terms of sensibility. Among them are some that are prefectly children of their time, with a look that suggests that one can no longer meet such figures nowadays, which makes even me, the one who photographed them, aware of the irreversibility of time. Children are wild, and in a way possess a sort of cruety. So cross-grained grownups may object that one surely can’t lump them all together as being cute and pretty.But past days are beautiful days, and the days of our childhood are sweet little memories that we’d want to lock away in a small jewelry box.

-Issei Suda “Chiledhood Days” afterword –

Text & image by: http://www.akionagasawa.com/en/exhibition/childhood-days/