Shoji Ueda (1913-2000) was one of Japan’s most prominent modernist photographers and continues to be one of the nation’s most highly regarded. Working mostly in his home prefecture of Tottori, he frequently incorporated surrealist imagery into his photographs. He often used his wife and three children as subjects, with the local landscape of sand dunes as a backdrop.
The Benrido Atelier has collected six of Ueda’s most cherished images for inclusion in this finely printed collotype portfolio. These six pictures are seminal works from his series SAND DUNE.