SATORU WATANABE


Satoru Watanabe

(photo by Yuya Furukawa)

Satoru Watanabe was born in Yonezawa City, Yamagata Prefecture, Japan, in 1962. He first experimented with photography as a high school student. Greatly influenced by the work of Elliott Erwitt and the "Family of Man" exhibition, he majored in photography at Nihon University's College of Arts, Tokyo. He strongly believes in the importance of developing multiple images devoted to specific themes to be viewed as ensembles. He has worked as a photojournalist, specialising in a variety of sports coverage, since 1986, he has been a freelance photographer specialising in commercial portraiture and a fine art photographer. He manages and teaches all aspects of photography in his own workshops. His work has been exhibited in France, the United States and Japan and is in the permanent collections of the Griffin Museum, Winchester, MA, and the Quai Branly Museum Paris. He continues to travel within Japan and abroad, creating series of work based on his trips. His publications include "Traverse", "The Last Sunlight of the Afternoon", and "Traveling Camera" volumes 1, 2, and 3.
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In the issue 24 of ANTILIPSEIS magazine
his photograph from the show "Perceptions" is presented

     
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