The series Flamenco at Midnight responds to a symbiosis of matured art and fascination, where the Japanese sensitivity pervades, almost without intending to, each of the photographs, made without Photoshop.
What could be more like a Japanese print, than that dancer portrayed foreshortened, showing her naked, mother-of-pearl neck, and where the drawings of her dress produce the illusion of a calligraphy due to the effect of being out of focus? The work of Shin Yamazawa is a happy creative synthesis that throws from outside a new light on our culture.