About the Japanese photographer, 深瀬 昌久, Masahisa FUKASE (1934-2012)
Masahisa FUKASE was a Japanese photographer, celebrated for his work depicting his domestic life with his wife Yōko Wanibe and his regular visits to his parents' small-town photo studio in Hokkaido. He is best known for his book 'Karasu', shot between 1976-1982. Among his earliest bodies of artistic work is 'Kill the Pigs' of 1961, subsequently he experimented with various journalistic and artistic styles, contributing dozens of photo essays to such magazines as Camera Mainichi, Asahi Camera, and Asahi Journal.
Photo books by Masahisa FUKASE (a selection)
'Yugi' (1971, his photobook debut); 'Yoko' (1978); 'Sasuke, my dear cat' (1979); 'Karasu' (1986, 1991 und 2008 als 'The Solitude of Ravens', 2017); 'Kazoku' ('Family', 1991, 2020); 'Bukubuku' (2004); 'Hysteric Twelve' (2004); 'To' ('Slaughter, 2015); 'Wonderful Days' (2015); 'Hibi' (2016); 'Afterword' (2016, 2017); 'Masahisa Fukase' (2018); 'Sasuke' (2021)