Sunday, 14 July 2013

Sunday Zine Review #98: Keikoku by Karol Kaczorowski

Keikoku by Karol Kaczorowski is also part of the book series published by Fundacja Sztuk Wizualnych, which I talked about a couple of weeks ago here on the Sunday Zine Review.

Polish photographer Karol Kaczorowski developed this documentary series Keikoku during a stay in Japon. The word keikoku has different meanings in Japanese, and in this book Karol documents all these meanings in a beautiful collection of images.

Karol uses low light conditions to create mysterious and ethereal images which are a representation of his vision of Japan. Still life and landscape photographs of the streets and suburban areas of this country are combined with portraits of its inhabitants to create a very captivating (and intriguing) book.

You can find more information about Keikoku and see more images from the series here.

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