We are pleased
to announce a photo exhibition of Anat Parnass "HANABI"
from 13th (Fri) through 28th (Sat) March, 2009.
While studying photography at graduate school of Nihon
University College of Art, Anat Parnass, born in Israel,
has been producing photographic works. Families, couples,
children, out enjoying HANABI fire works on a bank - being
poured the momentary shower of light, everyone out there
is illuminated in a dark night and captured in the photographs.
Instead of mobile phone's camera she's been deliberately
used, Parnass has chosen the single-lens reflex camera
as the apparatus for this series of work. In those works,
despite the blurred images like persistence of vision,
the artist's "Real" life is clearly coming to the front
with the expression only the photography can represents.
Standing in front of the works, you'll find surprises
as if the ones exposed their lives in public here could
be yourself | because those anyone-can-be figures intensely
mirror that we, ourselves, are the living existence of
this same world. In this exhibition "HANABI", about twenty
pieces of emerging but promising artist, Anat Parnass's
works from her "HANABI" series.