I want to make a golden bridge between the countries with the different culture.
INVITING DEBORAH KLOCHKO FROM MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS, SAN DIEGO, USA
Meeting room in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
hold on Nov 6th , 2016
Deborah Klochko has over thirty-year experience in photographic world and has been an executive director of Museum of Photographic Arts, or MOPA in San Diego, America for more than ten years. Even in the well-known photo review, it’s quite difficult to see the director-class person like her. Luckily, we could get portfolio reviews from her directly this time. She also told us how MOPA has been working on their activities to the world.
Art work of Kazuhiro Sasaki;
Sasaki made two artworks. One is in a black-and-white printed and the other is color printed. His objects are flood-control dams and nature. Debora said that she saw the softness to the black and white picture image and she felt it too gray. She also said that the detail of the pictures were amazing and great.
In case of Sasaki’s photographs, making the art works with black and white is better than color print. Because in color print, the details would be conspicuous, which are not good. To make the art works better, you should shoot black and white pictures rather than shooting in color and change them into monochrome photos.