The Photographic Works of Kishin Shinoyama – Picture Power
[Image: Kishin Shinoyama "John Lennon and Yoko Ono" (1980)]
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Photographer Shinoyama Kishin’s career has spanned five decades. This exhibition, comprised of approximately 120 photographs hand-selected by the artist from his enormous body of work and printed on large panels, was specifically designed for the museum space.
Portraits of famous individuals lie at the heart of Shinoyama’s practice. The luminous appearance of actors, singers, athletes, writers, artists, musicians, dancers, kabuki performers, and models are conveyed to viewers through his photographs presented in magazines, photo books, and other media. It would be no exaggeration to say that because his works have been so widely circulated, they are seen as defining images of the era by viewers of all generations. Rather than being images limited to the size of a handheld book, however, the photographs in this exhibition, best measured in meters, promise to evoke vivid memories and transform the exhibition space into a venue for reunions and new encounters.
Kishin Shinoyama will discuss the works on show.
*Following the talk event participants will have a chance to have their exhibition catalog signed by the artist.
Event Times: January 7(Sat) 15:00-16:30 (Doors Open: 14:30)
Venue: Yokohama Museum of Art Lecture Hall
Reservation: Advance reservation is not necessary. Numbered admission tickets will be distributed from the reception desk as of 13:30 on the day of the event.
Event Times: January 28 (Sat), February 11 (Sat), February 25 (Sat), 15:00-15:30
Admission: Free (Advance reservation is not necessary but you will need a valid exhibition ticket for that day)
Night at the Museum
Once the museum has closed to the public you can enjoy a private view of the exhibition, accompanied by a gallery talk.
Event Times: February 4 (Sat) 19:00-21:00
Speakers: Naoaki Nakamura (Senior Curator, Yokohama Museum of Art), Sayoko Ozawa and Tamao Hasegawa (Yokohama Museum of Art)
Suitable for: 18 years and over
Capacity: 60 (Advance reservation required)
All events in Japanese. Reservations can be made via the official museum website.
from January 04, 2017 to February 28, 2017