“101 Years of Shoji Ueda”
This event has ended.
In 1983, with the death of his dear wife and his loss of passion for photography, Shoji Ueda attempted to regain the playfulness of photography through the release of Kido Kaiki, a photo album of works produced with Polaroid 35mm film, coming to discover a new direction in his practice leading to a distillation of his inner landscape. This exhibition marks 101 years since the birth of Ueda with works from this series including depictions of the writer/illustrator Souji Yamakawa.
Akira Gomi - “The Strange Relation Between Shoji Ueda and Ken Domon”
Date: April 4 19:30-20:30
from March 12, 2014 to April 07, 2014
Exhibition Hours: 14:00-21:00.Tuesdays-Saturdays, 11:00〜18:00.on Sundays and Mondays