Face at a Distance - The Noguchi Museum, Long Island, NYC (無料)
Face at a Distance The Noguchi Museum, Long Island, NYC Photographs Tamami Iinuma Design Yuto Takamuro English Supervise Kana Kawanishi H250xW168mm, 36p., 29 photographs with short essay in English Nissha Digital Printing, Publisher House of Architecture - 飯沼珠実の撮影サンプル集として制作したZine『Face at a Distance - The Noguchi Museum, Long Island, NYC』を無料で配布します（送料550円）。 ニューヨーク・ロングアイランドにあるイサム・ノグチ美術館を撮影した写真29点を収録します。 - Face at a Distance The Noguchi Museum, Long Island, NYC When I photograph architecture, I want to catch the casual faces in everyday life rather than the formal ones. To do so, I first observe their various lines and measure their distances, and then look for the 面 (men, meaning both planes and faces in Japanese) emerging from the air that fills the space and from the light that shines in. In December 2018, I was in New York City for the first time and visited The Noguchi Museum in Long Island. There, I sensed something exceptional ― as if the breath of the architecture and that of the camera were synchronizing. I realized the photographer's ingenuity had mercilessly failed and automatically surrendered to the camera and let the shutter release itself. I noticed this dialogue between me and the architecture was what I had always relished, and it would continue to be how I would photograph architecture in the future. I enjoyed it and noticed this would be how I would photograph architecture from now on. Tamami Iinuma - *Please note that you understood that customs duty may be charged on your side for international delivery.