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Naoki Honjo: (Un)real Utopia

Honjo Naoki is a photographer known for his unique style of shooting cities like a diorama with tilt-shift photography using a 4 x 5 camera. His work, like a miniature world, questions us what reality and fiction about our world…

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Miyazaki Manabu: Wild Animals Now

The Tokyo Photographic Art Museum is proud to present Miyazaki Manabu: Wild Animals Now. Miyazaki Manabu was born in 1949 in the village of Minakata (now Nakagawa), Kamiina-gun, Nagano Prefecture, in the foothills of Japan’s Central Alps. He began his…

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HEIKŌ/ HEILD

A solo exhibition “HEIKO / HEILD” by French photographer and videographer Timothee Lambrecq, who has worked for  Studio Olafur Eliasson and Rhizomatiks will be held at Tiers gallery, Omotesando from August 17th to August 24th. Timothée Lambrecq is a self taught…

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Yamashiro Chikako: Reframing the land/mind/body-scape

Yamashiro Chikako (1976-, born and based in Okinawa) is an artist who has been active since the 2000s using moving images and photography as her primary media. She has created highly acclaimed works that confront the history and geopolitical situation…

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Soshi Matsunobe: Ghost of Copy

The Container is delighted to announce a new exhibition, Ghost of Copy, showcasing a new site-specific installation by the Japanese artist Soshi Matsunobe. The exhibition presents some eighty photographic images, from the artist’s ongoing series Ghost of Copy, in an…

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Fumi Ishino “Tinted Lines”

Photography by Fumi Ishino. Photo source: POST books Los Angeles-based photographer Fumi Ishino primarily darts his artistic focus at his current resident town. Using techniques to manipulate light and space sequences, the black-and-white photography delivers an experimental visual dialogue that…

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