` Japanese Photography Since 1945

© Emily Jarrett

1945年以降の「日本の写真作品」(Webinar in Japanese)

本ウェビナーでは、キュレーターとして活躍されていますレーナ・フリッチュ氏に「日本の写真作品」について紹介していただきます。トークでは、「戦後リアリズム」から現代写真作品の多様性までの発展史を時系列に沿って見ていきます。フリッチュ氏は最近「日本写真史 1945-2017 」という本を、研究の成果として出版しました。トークでは、川田喜久治、細江英公、森山大道、石内都、米田知子、澤田知子など、出版された本で取り上げた写真家と個人的に親交のある写真家を中心に話を進めていきます。西洋と日本の両視点からお話ししていただきます。


こちらのメールアドレスまで (alice.vicentin@dajf.org.uk)ご連絡ください。当日使用するZoomのURLを事前にお送りします。

日時:1月28日 日本時間の夜9時から

Japanese Photography since 1945

This talk will provide an introduction to Japanese photography. It traces developments chronologically from post-war Realism to the diversity of contemporary photography. Fritsch focusses on selected photographers whose work she has researched in depth for her recent publication, Ravens & Red Lipstick: Japanese Photography since 1945 (Thames & Hudson/Seigensha, 2018) and whom she knows personally. These include Kawada Kikuji, Hosoe Eikoh, Moriyama Daido, Ishiuchi Miyako, Yoneda Tomoko, and Sawada Tomoko, amongst others.

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, this new programme is designed mainly for university students in Japan, and the webinar will be delivered in Japanese. If you would like to attend, please e-mail Alice Vicentin (alice.vicentin@dajf.org.uk). Spaces are limited.

Date: Thursday 28 January 2021
Japan Time: 9:00-10:15pm (GMT+9)
UK Time: 12:00-1:15pm (GMT)

About the contributors

Dr Lena Fritsch (フリッチュ・レーナ博士)

Dr Lena Fritsch is Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Ashmolean Museum (University of Oxford), working on exhibitions, displays and acquisitions of international art. One of her main research areas is Japanese art and photography of the 20th and 21st centuries. Before joining the Ashmolean, she worked as Assistant Curator at Tate Modern, co-curating exhibitions such as Giacometti (2017) and Agnes Martin (2015). In 2018 Fritsch published one of the first overviews on Japanese photography in English: Ravens & Red Lipstick: Japanese Photography since 1945 (English version with Thames & Hudson and Japanese version with Seigensha). Other monographs include A.R. Penck: I Think in Pictures (2019), an English-language version of Moriyama Daido’s Tales of Tono (2012), The Body as a Screen: Japanese Art Photography of the 1990s (2011), and Yasumasa Morimura’s Self-Portrait as Actress (2008). Fritsch holds a PhD in Art History from Bonn University, Germany, and also studied at Keio University, Tokyo.



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