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Japan has the highest ratio of vending machines to landmass in the world. What does it tell us about japanese culture ?
A lively installation that features works by Nobuyoshi Araki, Eikō Hosoe, Kazuo Kitai, Daidō Moriyama, Takuma Nakahira, Shōmei Tōmatsu and many more.
The Japanese concept of harmony is a strong social element typically involving conforming to a social group which in the case of Halloween is demonstrated…
Journey in Tokyo is an urban wandering, an attempt to capture something of the soul Tokyoite. Walking for hours, sometimes until the exhaustion, in streets, alleys and others avenues of this sprawling town.
One of the many ‘salarymen’ that you can see in all major cities in Japan. Because of the long working hours (13 hours a day, 6 days per week) many fall sleep on the subway train when returning home late in the evening, often between 9 and 10pm.
A modest resistance in flux of space-time, photo essay by Osamu Jinguji
Located in central Tokyo it is for sure one of the most interesting spots in the city, offering to the visitors an authentic overview of how huge and serious the fish business actually is in Japan.
Following the series ‘Aisetsu’ and ‘Sagan no Koi’ (Love on the Left Eye), Kirishin is Araki’s latest series to emerge from work based on “destruction” and “reconstruction”…
I am interested in visual perception so my work often deals with time and displacement within intimate spaces.
‘Affections’ documents the persons who have had an impact on me during the time I lived in Tokyo. My wife Teresa, my friends, and others with their personal stories – they are represented in their different emotional states and with a tense body language. The presence of my private space – my room – its […]
La galerie VivoEquidem présente du 22 mars au 31 mai les photographies de Tadashi Ono prises entre le 247ème et le 341ème jour le long du littoral japonais ravagé par le tsunami du 11 mars 2011.
I followed the Fukushima nuclear accident from the beginning till now, covering almost two years of the story. And here there is my story.
The photographer Daisaku Oozu, who has studied both photography in Osaka and philosophy in Kyoto and now lives in Yokohama, has hitherto placed the emphasis of his work on the depiction of landscape, sea and light. In his forthcoming exhibition in galerie son he again takes these subjects up, this time also in conjunction with […]