A girl at play(1964) that captured American and Japanese. A girl who looked like a foreigner was rare in Japan at that time, and hence I thought she was like a fairy when I found her. So I was strongly attracted by her and asked her if I might take her pictures. -Hajie Sawatari-
It is Hajime Sawatari who ushered in a new era of Japanese photograph world with the works such as “Nadia” and “Alice” in the 1970s and has published a number of works on the theme of women.
"A girl at play" shot in 1964 is a masterpiece representative of the early stage of Sawatari,which a series that can be said to be the origin of Sawatari in which the encounter with a half girl between American and Japanese decided the direction after that.
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