Between 1991 and 1992, Issei Suda shot compulsively with a Minox camera, which is one of the smallest cameras there is. It is actually so small that it was commonly used for intelligence activities during the war. Issei Suda turned his lens towards the intimacy of his own home, documenting with a great sense of humour the daily life he shared with his daughter, wife and dog. The photographs presented in this book Family Diary — a title that Suda chose himself in the 1990s —, have never been published in book form before.
- 23 x 15 cm
- Softcover with cloth and rivets
- 176 pages
- 80 black and white photographs