井津建郎(Kenro Izu)1949年出生于日本,现居美国。从日本医科大学艺术学院毕业后,1972年,井津建郎前往纽约。在担任摄影助理两年之后,自创工作室,主要以拍摄静物为主。1979年以后,他更多的专注于艺术摄影方面,并对东南亚宗教国家产生了极大的兴趣。他网站上的个人项目也大多围绕着柬埔寨、缅甸、印尼、越南、印度等国家展开。他关注即将消逝的自然和文明,以及那些与其相生相息的人们。在创作的同时,他还在柬埔寨成立了一个为儿童募集医疗资金的组织。

Kenro Izu (born 1949) is a renowned Japanese-born photographer based in the United States. Izu attended Nihon University College of Art in Tokyo from 1969-1972. After moving to the United States in 1972,he spent two years working as a photo assistant in New York City and subsequently established his own studio,specializing in still life photography. Since 1979, Kenro began his serious professional commitment to his fine art photography, he focused on Buddhism and Hindu monuments in South East Asia: Cambodia, Burma, Indonesia, Vietnam and India. Through them, he captures profound beauty with natural states of decay. Izu founded Friends Without a Border, an organization devoted to raising funds for children’s hospitals in Cambodia.

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