Masahisa Fukase (1934-2012) carved out a unique place in the history of Japanese photography in the 1960s by focusing on his personal life. He pointed his camera at those around him: his wife Yoko, his extended family, his cat.
Fukase’s career was tragically interrupted by a fall in 1992, resulting in severe memory impairment and aphasia. He has not taken any more photographs since the accident.
This retrospective, which includes images from famous projects such as Ravens and Sasuke, offers an in-depth tribute to the Japanese master’s entire work.