PHOTOGRAPHS OF SUISEKI

 

Online Exhibition presented by hotoke
Each piece is available to purchase.

I like suiseki. I prefer to feel its surrounding air (blankness) of the stone rather than to focus on just the stone itself, as the object is not always the subject, like a photograph or a calligraphy or an architecture or a tea ceremony or a life or whatever framed with borders. I see suiseki. I took photographs of the photographs of suiseki for you.

Dai Okumura

 


Vintage black and white photographs of suiseki from a stone enthusiast, 1950-60’s, Japan.

Sold out, Thank you.

 


 

A-1


B-1


B-2


B-3


B-4


B-5


B-6


B-7


B-8


B-9


C-1


C-2


C-3


C-4


C-5


C-6


C-7


C-8


C-9


C-10


C-11


C-12


C-13


C-14


C-15


C-16


C-17


C-18


C-19


C-20


C-21


D-1


E-1


E-2


E-3


E-4


E-5


F-1


F-2


F-3


F-4


F-5


F-6


G-1


G-2


G-3


G-4


H-1


H-2


H-3


H-4


H-5


H-6



 

Size

A-1 — approx. 9 x 6.5cm (3.54 x 2.55in)

B-1-9 — approx. 11.2 x 7.7cm (4.40 x 3.03in)

C-1-21 — approx. 13 x 9cm (5.11 x 3.54in)

D-1 — approx. 14.8 x 10cm (5.82 x 3.93in)

E-1-5 — approx. 15.6 x 11.6cm (6.14 x 4.56in)

F-1-6 — approx. 17.6 x 13cm (6.92 x 5.11in)

G-1-4 — approx. 16.7 x 12cm (6.57 x 4.72in)

H-1-6 — approx. 18.3 x 13cm (7.20 x 5.11in)

(*H-5 — Dried / H-6 — Watered)

 

 

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