Kana Kawanishi Photography - Past Events

Below is a list of all past events for Kana Kawanishi Photography. Current and upcoming events, as well as other details, are available on the venue's page.

  • poster for Toshihiro Komatsu “Topophilia: Japanese Houses”

    Toshihiro Komatsu “Topophilia: Japanese Houses”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2020-01-25 - 2020-02-15

    This exhibition will introduce Japanese Houses, a series in which Komatsu has been continuing over two decades since 1997. Japanese Houses is a photographic work that captures “families” and “houses”...More »

  • poster for Tamami Iinuma “Japan in the DDR – The Memory that was Deleted Twice”

    Tamami Iinuma “Japan in the DDR – The Memory that was Deleted Twice”

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    • Media: Photography - Party - Talks
    • 2019-11-09 - 2019-12-14

    The opening of this exhibition will take place on the 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall’s fall that occurred on November 9th of 1989. Based in Leptich, Paris, and Tokyo, Iinuma has been exhibiting...More »

  • poster for Masashi Mihotani “Images are for Illustration Purposes”

    Masashi Mihotani “Images are for Illustration Purposes”

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    • Media: Photography - Party - Talks
    • 2019-08-24 - 2019-09-21

    Today, when mass-consumption pervades every aspect of society, Mihotani uses packages of snacks and daily commodities he finds in convenience stores and supermarkets in his works. He makes photograms in...More »

  • poster for Jinhee Kim “Finger Play”

    Jinhee Kim “Finger Play”

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    • Media: Photography - Party
    • 2019-07-16 - 2019-08-10

    Kim was born in Busan, Korea in 1985. She debuted in 2012 with the series Whisper(ing) in which she described her sympathy to the delicate pain and anxieties of the women of her generation were silently...More »

  • poster for Ai Iwane “Arms”

    Ai Iwane “Arms”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2019-05-17 - 2019-06-15

    This photo exhibition features new work contrasting cemeteries in Hawaii and the seasonal greenery of Tokyo. Also on exhibit are photos of Fukushima taken over a 12-year period and featured in the 2018...More »

  • poster for Kenji Toma “Artificial Flowers”

    Kenji Toma “Artificial Flowers”

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    • Media: Photography - Party
    • 2019-03-30 - 2019-04-27

    In his previous series The Most Beautiful Flowers, Toma sublimed his long-time adoration towards the 19th century botanical artworks as an homage by using the camera, and connoted the universal aesthetics...More »

  • poster for Asuka Katagiri “Light & Now—Photon Superposition”

    Asuka Katagiri “Light & Now—Photon Superposition”

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    • Media: Photography - Party - Talks
    • 2019-01-19 - 2019-02-23

    Presenting works from Katagiri’s “Light Navigation” series capturing sunlight from outer space on film and his “21_34” shots of fireworks lighting up the night sky. More »

  • poster for Ai Iwane “Kipuka—Island in My Mind”

    Ai Iwane “Kipuka—Island in My Mind”

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    • Media: Photography - Party
    • 2018-11-24 - 2018-12-22

    Exhibiting photographs of Hawaii and Fukushima from Ai Iwane’s new collection “Kipuka.” These two places share a surprising connection through their traditions of Bon Dance. Iwane will also present works...More »

  • poster for Yoshiki Hase “ENA”

    Yoshiki Hase “ENA”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2018-09-08 - 2018-10-13

    ENA is a series photographed by Yoshiki Hase with a large-format 4x5 film camera, in the town of Ena, located in the southern part of Gifu Prefecture. Purely following his own instinct, Hase photographed...More »

  • poster for Body Politics - What Defines the Body?

    Body Politics - What Defines the Body?

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2018-06-30 - 2018-08-24

    Body Politics: What Defines the Body? is a group exhibition of seven artists featuring the “body” as their motif of expression. The body, which is personal, is actually a collection of obscure recognition...More »

  • poster for Noritaka Minami “California City, California”

    Noritaka Minami “California City, California”

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    • Media: Photography - Party
    • 2018-04-07 - 2018-06-02

    This will be Kana Kawanishi Photography’s first exhibition at their new space in Nishi-Azabu, Tokyo. In his series 1972—Nakagin Capsule Tower, published by Kehrer Verlag in 2015, Minami photographed...More »

  • poster for Akira, Aliki, Arata, Arita - Contemporary Arita Porcelain

    Akira, Aliki, Arata, Arita - Contemporary Arita Porcelain

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    • Media: Ceramics - Talks
    • 2017-12-09 - 2018-02-03

    Akira Fujimoto has been collaborating with Arita Porcelain Lab, a historic yet innovative kiln in the traditional Arita porcelain field, since 2014 on the Arita Porcelain Project. As an artist, Fujimoto...More »

  • poster for Maija Tammi “White Rabbit Fever”

    Maija Tammi “White Rabbit Fever”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2017-08-04 - 2017-09-22

    Kana Kawanishi Photography is pleased to announce the opening of Maija Tammi’s solo exhibition White Rabbit Fever. This exhibition commemorates the release of Tammi’s monograph White Rabbit Fever, published...More »

  • poster for Rules, Ascriptions

    Rules, Ascriptions

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2017-05-13 - 2017-07-01

    Group exhibition presenting works by seven artists that visualize intangible concepts such as “rules” and “ascripted consciousness,” exploring the relationships and values behind these as well as the field...More »

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