Haruki Goto “Momeht: Heavy Snow, When it Warms Her Heart to Receive a Piece of Snow, Three Years Have Passed Since Then.”
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Thirty-five color photographs of Southern Sakhalin, which was a part of Japan from 1905 until 1945. Little is written about the region in history books, and the people left there after WWII are largely unknown. Photographer Haruki Goto did not document Southern Sakhalin’s residents through the larger lenses of nationality or history, trying instead to stay true to his perspective as a single Japanese photographer during his first visit in 2006. He took these text-accompanied photographs when he returned in the winter of 2013 for a short month-long stay.
Speaker: Haruki Goto
Date: 11/23 (Sat) 13:00–14:00
From 2013-11-19 To 2013-11-25