鄧南光《Beauty on a Summer Day》
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Since the late 50s, Nan-Kuang Teng(1907-1971) frequently photographed with Minox IIIS, the "spy camera" that was almost unnoticeable in the public. With this camera, Teng was able to freely document the intimacy of people within the daily life. Mounted on the brown paper, the gelatin silver prints tranquilly juxtaposed with the tiny contact prints with handwritten technical details and personal notes on the back. It is rare to see photographs that contain both past and contemporariness. After his general comments on the nostalgia, the society, and the portraitures of women, the landscapes he photographed in the late 50s and 60s portray Teng’s personal and generational background. They reflect not only his background of avant-garde photography when studying in Japan but also his practice of photography aesthetic. From the photographs Teng made with his own hands, they reveal an extraordinary quality and show his high requirement to the equipment.
《Beauty on a Summer Day》 | 鄧南光 | 鄧世光、陳學聖、黃亞紀撰文 | 亞紀畫廊出版 | 2018年6月初版 | 25.5 x 26 cm | 精裝 | 257頁 | 中文/英文/日文
Beauty on a Summer Day | by Nan-Kuang Teng | Text by Shi-Kuang Teng, Hsueh-Sheng Chen and Yaji Huang | Published by Each Modern | June 2018 | 1st edition | 25.5 x 26 cm | hardcover | 257 pages | Chinese/English/Japanese