by Jennifer Pastore

The Japanese photographer Issei Suda died on March 7th. His life and career ended with a sense of brilliance suddenly vanished, much like his images that captured fleeting moments of the sublime. Born in the Tokyo neighborhood of Kanda in 1940, the Domon Ken Award-winner documented his postwar surroundings in a style that blended photojournalism with subjectivity…

Reblogged from Tokyo Art Beat

Image courtesy of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum