Artist talk by Kanji Hasegawa with the guest speaker Shoji Yamada (Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies) will be held on January 18th (Saturday), 2020, the final day of Hasegawa’s solo exhibition “My Sútra” at KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY. (*Kindly note the talk will be held in Japanese language only.)
Date & Time: Saturday, January 18th, 2020 17:00-18:30 (doors 16:50)
Speakers: Shoji Yamada (Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies)
Kanji Hasegawa (Artist)
Venue: KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY
Capacity: 40 guests (25 seats available)
Admission: 500 JPY with reservation | 1000 JPY at door without reservation
KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY（清澄白河）では、長谷川寛示個展『My Sútra』のクロージングイベントとして、2020年1月18日（土）17:00よりトークイベントを開催いたします。
Tamami Iinuma’s solo exhibition “Japan in der DDR—I Found Three Japan Houses in GDR” will open at Ginza Nikon Salon (Tokyo) on Dec. 25, 2019 and run through Jan. 14, 2020. This exhibition will also be presented at Osaka Nikon Salon from Jan. 23 to Feb. 5, 2020.
＞ English Press Release (PDF)
Tamami Iinuma “Japan in der DDR—I Found Three Japan Houses in GDR”
Period: December 25, 2019 – January 14, 2020 | 10:30-18:30 (final day: -15:00)
Venue: Ginza Nikon Salon | *Closed on Sundays, and during Dec. 29 - Jan. 5
Period: January 23, 2020 – February 5, 2020 | 10:30-18:30 (final day: -15:00)
Venue: Osaka Nikon Salon | *Closed on Sundays
銀座ニコンサロンにて、2019年12月25日から2020年1月14日まで飯沼珠実の個展『JAPAN IN DER DDR—東ドイツにみつけた三軒の日本の家』が開催されます。同展はその後、2020年1月23日から2020年2月5日まで大阪ニコンサロンにて巡回します。詳細（ニコン公式ウェブサイト）については「View Details」からご覧ください。
The group exhibition “Wanderlust,” presented from Friday, December 20th, 2019 through Monday, January 6th, 2020 at PARCO MUSEUM TOKYO (4F, SHIBUYA PARCO, Tokyo), will showcase “Parco Museum Tokyo” posters featuring Asuka Katagiri’s 21_34 series, which are designed by the art director Tsuguya Inoue.
Period: Friday, December 20th, 2019 - Monday, January 6th, 2020 | 10:00-21:00
*Admission closes 30 min. before the closing time
*Open until 18:00 on the final day
Venue: PARCO MUSEUM TOKYO (4F, SHIBUYA PARCO, Tokyo)
Yoshiki Hase’s solo exhibition “181° – New Dimensions of Nature Landscapes” is currently on view at River City Bangkok Gallery (Bangkok, Thailand) until January 2, 2020.
With its curation by Pahparn Sirima and sponsorship by Thai Bev and The Royal Photographic Society of Thailand (RPST), this exhibition showcases “181°” and his latest series “DESSIN.” Please visit the exhibition if you are in/near Bangkok.
Yoshiki Hase “181° – New Dimensions of Nature Landscapes”
Curation: Pahparn Sirima
Sponsors: Thai Bev / The Royal Photographic Society of Thailand (RPST)
Period: November 21, 2019 – January 2, 2020
Venue: RCB Gallery (2nd floor of River City Bangkok)
タイ・バンコクのRiver City Bangkok Galleryにて、長谷良樹の個展『181° – New Dimensions of Nature Landscapes』が年明け2020年1月2日まで開催中です。バンコク近郊にお住いの方、または訪れるご予定の方はぜひ足をお運びいただけましたら幸いです。
As a part of Akira Fujimoto’s ongoing project “TOKYO 2021” currently presented at TODA BUILDING, Toda Corporation’s headquarters in Tokyo, the group exhibition “Engineering of Mourning” is opening today. Curated by Yohei Kurose and designed by Tezzo Nishizawa, this exhibition showcases the work of 29 artists/artist units including Fujimoto, Makoto Aida, Akira Takayama, and Fujiko Nakaya.
TOKYO 2021, Art Exhibition “Engineering of Mourning”
Period: September 14th (Saturday) - October 20th (Sunday), 2019 *Closed on Tuesdays
Admission: Register on its official website is required (free) for one of the two exhibitions.
Ai Iwane, Yoshiki Hase, Masashi Mihotani, and Shinichiro Uchikura will participate in the group exhibition “Hai, Dozo!—A new generation of Japanese Photographers” by eight Japanese photographers. This exhibition will be presented as one of the programs of “2019 Dali International Photography Exhibition” (Dali, China) from August 17th through August 21st.
“As one of the important parts of Asian art and culture, Japan, which has just entered the era of Reiwa from Heisei, is facing a new era. At the turn of replacement, the new generation of photographers are expressing their own situation and showing their response to the current era with a challenging new image language. ... The exhibition features eight photographers representing the backbone of the new generation of Japanese photography. But the diversity works of eight young Japanese photographers, Kazuma Obara, Ai Iwane, Kenji Chiga, Mayumi Hosokura, Masashi Mihotani, Ryuhei Yokoyama, Shinichiro Uchikura, Yoshiki Hase, will show us a Japan they grew up in, thought about and understood.”
—Joanna Fu, Curator of the exhibition
“Hai, Dozo!—A new generation of Japanese Photographers”
- Period: Saturday, August 17th - Wednesday, August 21st, 2019
- Hours: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Venue: Building E, Leicui yuan, Shuanghexi Ring Road, Dali City, China
Kazuma Obara, Ai Iwane, Kenji Chiga, Mayumi Hosokura, Masashi Mihotani
Talk session with Ai Iwane and Ishiuchi Miyako will be held at KANA KAWANISHI PHOTOGRAPHY at 7:30 pm on Friday, June 7th (*the talk will be held only in Japanese) in celebration of Iwane’s solo exhibition “ARMS” and the launch of her latest publication Journey towards KIPUKA (Ohta Publishing). Please visit the reservation form from “View Details” for reservation and details of the event.
The number of reservations reached its capacity. Please note that the admission to the event will be limited to those with a reservation. We would appreciate your kind understanding.
As part of the closing party of Yoshiki Omote Solo Exhibition “Life-Size Landscapes” at KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY, an artist talk with the guest speaker Tatsuo Kawaguchi (artist) will be held on its final day, Saturday, May 25th from 6:00 pm (*the talk will be held only in Japanese). Please visit the reservation form from “View Details” for reservation and details of the event.
Noritaka Minami has been selected as one of the winners of the 6th edition of Tokyo International Photography Competition with the series California City, California, which was showcased in his solo exhibition at KANA KAWANISHI PHOTOGRAPHY in 2018.
In this competition, the jury including curators and directors of photo/art festivals from across the globe selected eight talented photographers under this year’s theme “Need/Want.” The competition winners’ works were showcased at Wonder Foto Day in Taipei, Taiwan from April 12th to 14th, and will also be exhibited at Museum of Contemporary Photography of Ireland (Dublin) as a part of PhotoIreland Festival 2019 from July 5th to 28th. The exhibition will tour New York and Tokyo.
ミナミ・ノリタカが今年で6回目の開催となる東京国際写真コンペティションの受賞者の一人として選出されました。受賞作は、2018年開催のKANA KAWANISHI PHOTOGRAPHYでの個展にて発表されたシリーズ〈California City, California〉です。
本コンペティションでは、今年のテーマ「必要性／欲求」のもと、キュレーターや写真／アートフェスティバルのディレクターなど、世界各国から集められた12名の審査員により8名の写真家が選出されました。受賞者展は4月12日より台湾・台北のWonder Foto Day にて開催され、7月2日からはアイルランド・ダブリンで開催されるPhotoIreland Festival 2019のプログラムの一つとしてMuseum of Contemporary Photography of Irelandでも展開。その後、 ニューヨークを経て、東京へと巡回します。
Hideo Anze’s representative series Stripe (50Hz) is featured on Gold Circle, digital platform for contemporary photography based in London.
“Anze’s work is testament to the endurance of the medium of photography to the ever-changing societal needs for visual communication and serves as an encouraging precursor for the future shape of photography in the digital age.”
Please click “View Details” for the insightful review on the series by Gold Circle’s founder/content curator Marina Syrmakezi.
Atsushi Aizawa’s Origin #23, #24, #25, commissioned by Transit General Office, are now on view at the restaurant Opus in the hotel THE ROYAL PARK CANVAS - Ginza 8, which newly opened in Tokyo on March 20th.
相澤安嗣志の作品《Origin #23, #24, #25》が3月20日にオープンしたTHE ROYAL PARK CANVAS 銀座8のレストラン「Opus」にてご覧いただけます。本作は、同レストランのプロデュースおよび運営を手掛けるトランジットジェネラルオフィスによるコミッションワークです。
Ai Iwane, who presented the solo exhibition KIPUKA—Island in My Mind at KANA KAWANISHI PHOTOGRAPHY in 2018, has won this year's Kimura Ihei Photography Award!
Iwane continuously has visited Hawaii since 2006, and Fukushima since 2013 for the project KIPUKA, which she has won the award with. The two locations, which may seem to have no relations at first sight, deeply resonate in the past through the culture of Bon Dance. Commuting to the two locations, Iwane fructified her 12 years of research into her first monograph KIPUKA in 2018 (Seigensha Art Publishing).
More details: English article on Asahi Shimbun
昨年末にKANA KAWANISHI PHOTOGRAPHYにて個展『KIPUKA—Island in My Mind』を開催した岩根愛が、今年度の木村伊兵衛写真賞の受賞者に選ばれました！