Ikko Narahara Memorial Exhibition “Where Time Has Vanished”
[Image: Ikko Narahara, "Where Time Has Vanished, New Mexico" (1972/1973) Gelatin silver print, 27.6 x 41.6cm ©Narahara Ikko Archives]
Ends in 5 days
Closed Today (Monday)
*The opening hours of the gallery during the exhibition will be changed to 12:00－19:00, as a precautionary measure against the new coronavirus infection.
In memory of Ikko Narahara (1931-2020), Taka Ishii Gallery Photography / Film will present “Where Time Has Vanished,” an exhibition of works by the artist. Ikko Narahara debuted in 1956 with his spectacular exhibition “Human Land” and continued to pioneer a new era in the history of Japanese photography with his “personal document” method that was rich in poetic sentiment. Narahara once explained, “For me, photography has always arrived suddenly from the future”, and in his last years, his works seemed to engage in a cosmic conversation. This exhibition will feature approximately 10 works from the series “Where Time Has Vanished,” which he shot in the U.S. in the 1970s. The series marked a turning point in his career and helped Narahara establish a unique perspective that transcends spatial and temporal constraints
from February 29, 2020 to April 04, 2020
Closed on Match 28th. Exhibition Hours 12:00-19:00
From 11:00 To 19:00
Closed on Mondays, Sundays, Holidays
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