The French photographer Guillaume Bression has captured a post-tsunami Japan through a series of black and white images.

Guillaume Bression's black and white visions of solitude
- SEP 05, 2013

Guillaume Bression, a French photographer, spent one year in Japan capturing the country after the tsunami. His images of this tragic event have a special aura, presenting the country in melancholic and beautiful images despite the places and things they show. Bression's style is personal and candid, with a tendency towards images that seem surreal. His photographs represent a different way of showing a disaster that reveals more than meets the eye about the aftermath and the destruction left behind. 

 

 

Guillaume Bression's black and white visions of solitude

©Guillaume Bression, Fukushima NOGO Zone

Guillaume Bression's black and white visions of solitude

©Guillaume Bression, Fukushima NOGO Zone

Guillaume Bression's black and white visions of solitude

©Guillaume Bression, Fukushima NOGO Zone

Guillaume Bression's black and white visions of solitude

©Guillaume Bression, Fukushima NOGO Zone

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