Home Artworks Sumida, the bridge

Sumida, the bridge Discover the best available selection of photography by the artist Eric Bénard. Buy from art galleries around the world with Kooness! Kooness
600 EUR

Sumida, the bridge


Single piece Signed Dated Titled Framed

From the series Tokyo



40 x 40 cm
15.75 x 16 in







Print run 2/15

"In 1954, Ishiro Honda inaugurated the long and popular Godzilla series, the monster awakened by a nuclear explosion at sea. Emerging from Odaiba Bay, he crossed the Sumida River along the ever-valiant Kachidoki metal bridge, before destroying the iconic areas of Tokyo. Nine million spectators rushed to the cinemas."- ÉRIC BÉNARD- April 10th, 2018

1961 Paris, France

Éric Bénard has been a freelance photographer and editor since 1989, after training in economics and Chinese, Éric Bénard works for the press, publishing and corporate. Passionate about oriental cultures and European countries, he casts a gaze on the world that is alternately documentary and poetic. He questions the links that man weaves with his environment, on the rivers, at the university or in the countryside, by favoring the portrait, most often in text and image. Inspired by the universe of writers, filmmakers and painters, it offers an evocation of the spirit of places, between reality and fiction, in Vietnam and Japan as well as in Normandy and Italy. Urban and landscape tours.

Read more


Paris, 7 rue Taylor

In Paris, a stone's throw from the Place de la République, a new space dedicated to photography, the Atelier/Galerie Taylor, has opened at 7 rue Taylor. The two founding partners are the photographer José Nicolas, who manages the Atelier/Galerie, and Jean Vinégla, entrepreneur and collector, who provides friendly support. They wanted this atypical plac...

Read more

Sin título


140 x 150 cm

The Ink Soul #1915


169 x 68 x 5 cm