“There is period of time when the town shines beautifully with particular brilliance,” says Shintaro Sato. “Day and night, natural light and artificial light, there is just spectrum of the two lights intermingle with each other. There is also the area of mixture of residential compound with commercial neighborhood. These two circumstances are ‘Twilight Zone.’ I choose places to photograph on the clear days considering direction of the light effect. Although it is not easy to find interesting places, I never tired of seeing the sunset view of the town that is the mixture of places in light and in dark.”
Around 30 color photographs are exhibited.
Shintaro Sato (b. 1969)
Graduated from Tokyo College of Photography, 1992.
Graduated from Waseda University, School of Letters, Arts and Sciences I, then
joined The Kyodo News, 1995.
Became freelance photographer, 2002.
Exhibitions at PGI
|The Origin of Tokyo, 2019|
|Night Lights, 2014|
|Risen in the East, 2012|
|Tokyo Twilight Zone, 2008|
|Twilight Zone, P.G.I. 10 Days Exhibition — vol. 9, 2005|