by Akito Tsuda

Akito Tsuda’s images originate from an instinctive drive where imprecisions, such as shadows or out-of-focus shots, are an important part of the narration. Akito participates in the life of the streets to document it in each of its daily actions and gestures.
In BREATH IN, BREATH OUT Akito Tsuda photographs stray cats in Osaka and Tokyo. He builds an intimacy with them, allowing a mutual fascination to develop while taking close-up portraits of them. The cats have mangy fur, deep scratches on their muzzles, some of them are missing their tail or an eye. They still bear the vivid signs of the previous night’s battle.

21 x 27,5 cm
36 pages
100 numbered copies