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Nuotraukos Dokumentams / Photographs for Documents VYTAUTAS V. STANIONIS

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Lithuania in Eastern Europe was occupied by Nazi Germany during World War II, but after Germany surrendered in 1945, it was reoccupied by the Soviet Union. The Lithuanian citizens were almost forced to change their passports to Soviet ones. Photographer V. Stanionis was sent to a private studio in a private house to simply and simply document the inhabitants of the small town of Seirijai in natural light. This book is a collection of his films printed by his son Vytautas and published by Kaunas Photography Gallery in Lithuania. If you look closely at their faces, you can see that some are a little frightened, some are sardonic, and some are smiling a little. These are residents who were tossed about by the state, but nevertheless did not stop living. Although neither their names nor their identities are given, these photographs by themselves certainly record a part of the history of the country of Lithuania. Winner of the 2014 Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards. 第二次世界大戦中、ナチスドイツに占領されていた東欧のリトアニアは1945年ドイツ降伏後、今度はソビエト連邦に再占領される。 それによりほぼ強制的に、リトアニア国民たちのソビエトのパスポートへの変更手続きが急がれた。写真家V. Stanionisは派遣された民家のスタジオにて、自然光で、ただシンプルにSeirijaiという小さな町の住民のドキュメント写真を撮影した。 この本は彼の当時のフィルムを、その息子Vytautasがプリントし、リトアニアのKaunas Photography Galleryで出版された写真集。彼らの表情をよく見ると、ある者は少し怯え、ある者は無愛想に、ある者は少し微笑んでいるのがわかる。国家によって翻弄され、それでも生活することをやめなかった住民たち。名前も身元も記載されていないが、これらの写真はそれだけで確かにリトアニアという国の歴史の一部を記録している。 2014年のAperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards受賞作。 publisher:Kaunas Photography Gallery (@kaunasgallery) year:2013 First Edition size:H295×W242 mm format:softcover language:Lithuanian/English condition:good

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