Kyoji Takahashi “All Souls Photo Studio, Aoyama”

On Sundays

poster for Kyoji Takahashi “All Souls Photo Studio, Aoyama”

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Kyoji Takahashi creates a photography studio in Watari-um to capture the portraits of visitors to the museum. A photography studio may be found in the corner of any town and is a place of commemoration of graduation, marriage, festivity and the seasons of life, in itself a place of quiet ritual. In an age when anyone can easily take photos, these spaces bring a nostalgia of excitement and anticipation surrounding photographic technology. Standing before the lens, taking a bright pose and capturing an “eternal moment”. In a time when photography is nothing out of the ordinary, this act restores that sense of something special. This is something which can only occur within a particular place and here the photographer and the subject become joined together through this process. Here Takahashi provides a temporary studio drawing upon the legacy of Man Ray’s Paris studio and freezes upon a single piece of paper a moment of truth and an eternal stage.
Venue: Warai-um Museum On Sundays Café Space

[Image: Kyoji Takahashi “William Eggleston, Memphis”]

[Photo Session]
Throughout September a photo session will be held every Saturday and Sunday. The photographs will be exhibited in the café for the period of the exhibition and will returned to the participants after the exhibition has been completed. The photograph will be issued as a Lambda Print and signed by the artist.

Dates: 7th September(Sat), 8th September(Sun), 14th September(Sat), 15th September(Sun), 21st September(Sat), 22nd September(Sun), 26th October(Sat), 27th October(Sun) 11:00-19:00
Session length: 1 session = 30 minutes
Reservation required
Cost of Shoot: 1 person pass ¥10000 (tax not included, in the case of groups the price will be increased by \5000 per person
Cost of Print: 203×254mm \20000, 254×366mm \30000, 279×356mm \50000, 356×432mm \100,000 (tax not included)



from September 07, 2013 to October 27, 2013


Kyoji Takahashi



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