SUMMER CAMP

₱4,000.00

Author/Mark Steinmetz

A collection of works by American photographer Mark Steinmetz.

His work, which has received high acclaim for his monochrome portraits, is a book that depicts children spending the summer at summer camp.

The boys and girls who leave their parents for a while and live together in nature show a truly ambivalent and rich expression, with the childishness of children and the maturity of adults at the same time. Young people around the age of 10 were engrossed in playing with friends, or lying alone in bed looking lonely, perhaps thinking of their distant home, or pretending to be adults and taking care of small children. Or.

The photographs that capture the scenery of such children seem to appeal to us with a fleeting ephemerality and brilliance that disappears after a certain period of time.

This is a wonderful book that captures the precious memories of a summer's "children's trip."

■Book Director Yoshitaka Haba

Representative of BACH Ltd.

In order to shorten the distance between people and books, we create libraries in various places such as public libraries, hospitals, schools, hotels, and offices.

He was in charge of the creative direction of Children's Book Forest Nakanoshima, a library and cultural facility for children designed and built by Tadao Ando and donated to the city. Recent work includes selecting and shelving books at the Waseda University International Literature Museum (Haruki Murakami Library), launching the Sapporo City Library and Information Center, and JAPAN HOUSE in London, Sao Paulo, and Los Angeles. Advisor to the Kanagawa Prefectural Board of Education.

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Author/Mark Steinmetz

A collection of works by American photographer Mark Steinmetz.

His work, which has received high acclaim for his monochrome portraits, is a book that depicts children spending the summer at summer camp.

The boys and girls who leave their parents for a while and live together in nature show a truly ambivalent and rich expression, with the childishness of children and the maturity of adults at the same time. Young people around the age of 10 were engrossed in playing with friends, or lying alone in bed looking lonely, perhaps thinking of their distant home, or pretending to be adults and taking care of small children. Or.

The photographs that capture the scenery of such children seem to appeal to us with a fleeting ephemerality and brilliance that disappears after a certain period of time.

This is a wonderful book that captures the precious memories of a summer's "children's trip."

■Book Director Yoshitaka Haba

Representative of BACH Ltd.

In order to shorten the distance between people and books, we create libraries in various places such as public libraries, hospitals, schools, hotels, and offices.

He was in charge of the creative direction of Children's Book Forest Nakanoshima, a library and cultural facility for children designed and built by Tadao Ando and donated to the city. Recent work includes selecting and shelving books at the Waseda University International Literature Museum (Haruki Murakami Library), launching the Sapporo City Library and Information Center, and JAPAN HOUSE in London, Sao Paulo, and Los Angeles. Advisor to the Kanagawa Prefectural Board of Education.