Sayaka Takasaki: To The Ocean Of Silence

Sayaka Takasaki honours nature’s sublime character in a new series of Japanese landscape photographs. She writes, “Faced with the overwhelming beauty of nature in front of me, I had nothing to say but thank you – to give thanks is a prayer, as well as a point of entry into the ocean of silence.” Recommended by Fumio Nanjo, director of the Mori Art Museum, this book offers perspectives on the many things an ocean can be: an expanse of weathered snow, an obscuring layer of mist, the gulf of air between craggy peaks, a swathe of mountain grasses, or an endless field of scattered rocks. Masterfully photographed, the silences of these landscapes are palpable.

cm 41×28; pp. 32; hardcover. Publisher: Adachi, 2016.

ISBN: 9784908251054 | 4908251053

 75,00

ID: 20959

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Sayaka Takasaki honours nature’s sublime character in a new series of Japanese landscape photographs. She writes, “Faced with the overwhelming beauty of nature in front of me, I had nothing to say but thank you – to give thanks is a prayer, as well as a point of entry into the ocean of silence.” Recommended by Fumio Nanjo, director of the Mori Art Museum, this book offers perspectives on the many things an ocean can be: an expanse of weathered snow, an obscuring layer of mist, the gulf of air between craggy peaks, a swathe of mountain grasses, or an endless field of scattered rocks. Masterfully photographed, the silences of these landscapes are palpable.