"The Photograph: What You See & What You Don't" Exhibition

The University Art Museum - Tokyo University of the Arts

poster for "The Photograph: What You See & What You Don't" Exhibition

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Photography is being practiced in pretty much in every field of art, making it important to keep asking what the future of photography is. This exhibition aims to read into the unchanging core of artistic expression against the shifting social backgrounds of each time and place, so as to enable viewers to experience the fundamental elements of photography - sometimes visible, and sometimes hidden away.

From internationally active photographers such as Iwata Nakayama, who lived though the conflicted period during which photography established itself as an art form, and Kiyoji Otsuji, who realized numerous possibilities in photography, to young emerging photographers, this exhibition includes promising artists from different generations.

Gallery Location: Chinretsukan Gallery

[Related Event]
•Opening Talk Event: May 29th (Tue) 15:00- Reception starts at 17:00.

•Special Screening: "A Man Became a Camera - Photographer Takuma Nakahara"
Directed by Masashi Kohara
June 2nd (Sat) & June 9th (Sat) 14:00-
Location: Masaki Memorial Building 2F
Talk Event: 16:00-
Masashi Kohara and Keizo Kitajima (Photographer)
Location: Masaki Memorial Building 2F

•Symposium "Meta Photography in Contemporary Art"
June 3rd (Sun) 14:00-
Guest: Yuri Mitsuta (curator), Yusuke Nakahara (art critic), Michio Hayashi (professor)
Moderator: Kyoji Maeda (writer of Yomiuri Newspaper)

*Talks will be in Japanese.



From 2007-05-29 To 2007-06-17
Opening Hours: 10:00-18:00



m_m1941: (2007-06-10 at 18:06)



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