Manabu Yamanaka (Hyogo, 1959). A Japonese photographer who abandoned his profesional activities to seek the images that responded to his intimate vocation, developing long-term series of work that reflect the Buddhist spiritual world. In Gyahtei, a series taken in the 1990s, Yamanaka registered the moment that the flame of life begins to fade, immortalizing that fragile frontier that separates us from death.
Size : 30 x 41 cms.
Pages : 92