Exhibited at the Mind’s Eye gallery in Paris, Masaki Yamamoto’s family photographs strike one by their candor. His family’s life is presented to us in all its spontaneity. No embarrassment, and at the same time not a trace of exhibitionism or indulgence. These shots have the force of veracity. Beautiful, bold, surprising images which remain engraved in the memory. This is a series of photographs of my own family. Each family has its own story, mine has a past too. If I tell you about it, you might see this work in a different way. We have lived in this...
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