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HIDESAWA SUDO
Osaka, Osaka - Japan


Personal Photo of Hidesawa Sudo, Artist 100 x 136

Member since:March 2003
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Artist Statement:
(b. 1973 Osaka, Japan) A fine-art photographer based in Osaka, Japan. Has worked professionally in sports photography in Tokyo. He regularly photographs people, landscapes, etc. In order to create the impressive & passionate images, he prefers to use available light such as natural daylight in both black & white and colour photography. OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.geocities.com/sutekkim/ ...
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BIOGRAPHY AND EXHIBITIONS:

1973 - Born in Osaka, Japan
1996 - Graduates from Otemon
Gakuin University in Osaka,
Japan (majors in Economics)
1997 - Fine Art Exhibition at
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http://www.marziart.com/Hidesaw
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http://www.artbox-int.co.jp/...

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REVIEWS: Capturing fascinating life images by Helen Peacocke
(Oxford Gagette, UK United Kingdom)

The work of Japanese photographer Hidesawa Sudo, which is on
show at The Theatre, Chipping Norton, illustrates how
effective black-and-white photography can be when the man
behind the lens is a gifted artist.

He is a fine art photographer and member of the Royal
Photographic Society based in Osaka, Japan, and his work is
now being displayed around the world. It is because his
pictures capture moments in the life of ordinary people that
they have become so popular.

He has an ability to notice aspects of life that others fail
to see, which provides his pictures with a momentum all of
their own and gives his work a documentary style. As he only
uses natural light, his pictures have a soft finish and are
therefore not intrusive. The people he captures on film
seldom realize they are being photographed.

By being able to capture them as they go about their
everyday lives, there is a considerable depth within his
work, which compels visitors to his exhibitions to stay for
longer than they intended.

He said that the images on show are a document of his
travels to far away places, beginning from his doorstep in
Osaka. He offers those who have not traveled a chance to see
the world through his eyes and share his remarkable
pictorial journey.


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