This book consists of candid black-and-white photographs taken at different locations across Japan in 2002. Mostly without people, these images are about Japanese culture and aesthetics as experienced by the author during his month-long travels in the country. The images were inspired by the quiet ambient light in which they were photographed.
Originally from India, Arvind Garg moved to the United States in 1976. Since 1985 he has lived and worked as a fine art photographer in New York City. Arvind's images are in the permanent collections of the New York Public Library, the Brooklyn Museum, Herbert Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Madison Art Center, Wisconsin, the Historical Society of Wisconsin, as well as in several corporate and individual art collections. Arvind is a contributing member of Corbis and Getty Images photo agencies.
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