Dimensions: 230 x 300 mm
Exhibition catalogue of the same titel, held in Artizon Museum, Tokyo from 29 April to 10 July 2022.
"Photography was invented and was popularized in the nineteenth century. In painting, in the same period, the Impressionists were a starting point in a series of major changes from what had been traditional painting styles. Photography played at least a slight role in motivating those changes. Moreover, the photograph, from its birth in the mid nineteenth century, has sought to be treated as a work of art, with a painterly style, rather than a mere documentary record. That art photography mindset lives on today. The photographic works by Shibata Toshio and Suzuki Risaku, two contemporary artists, share a creative concept with modern art: expressing the human view of objects. This Jam Session thus pairs them with work by Paul Cézanne, whom they had been interested in since the very beginning of their carreers, to explore the relationship between contemporary photography and painting." (From the website of the museum)
stock number: NB501