Photographs by Yoshihiko Ueda.
Little More, Tokyo, 2006. In in. 400 pp., Numerous black & white and a few color illustrations., 6x8".
The theme 'at home' is lovingly explored here in hundreds of poignant domestic studies by Yoshihiko
They consist of beautiful scenes suffused with a sense of somber transparency, shown in chronological order; it is richly lyrical about the small but continually repeating incidents which construct family life.
Encounters with his wife Karen Kirishima, the birth of their child, his growing-up: this period of transition is documented, moment by moment, in gentle shades of monochrome, and it is as if they are overflowing with the body heat of the people depicted.
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