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EXHIBITION

Discovering the Next Generation of Young Photographers

2nd “1_WALL” Photography Exhibition

  • DATES : Tue. March 23 - Thu. April 15, 2010

Hiroshi Takizawa

Yasuzi Bon

Born in Osaka 1983. Graduated from Kyoto University of Education, Art and Communication in 2007. Att...

Daisuke Yokota

Kazuo Yoshida

Born in Hyogo 1982. Graduated from University of Shiga Perfecture, BA Culture and Humanities in 2004.

Awards:
2010 Selected for Tokyo Wonder Wall
Selected for 2nd “1_Wall” Photography
2009 Selected for Mio Photo Award 2008
2008 Selected for Amuse Art Jam 2008 in Kyoto

Judges (in Japanese syllabary order)

Atsuki Kikuchi( Graphic designer)

Born in Tokyo in 1974. He attended Musashino Art University, majoring in Sculpture. In 2000 he established Bluemark, and then in 2011 he founded his own design studio. His work areas include brand planning, logo design, signage planning, editorial design, etc., with a strong focus on art, fashion and architecture. He is also the principal of Book Peak, planners and publishers of art books.

Risaku Suzuki(Photographer)

Born in Shingu, Wakayama, in 1963. In 2000 he received the 25th Kimura Ihei Award in Photography for “PILES OF TIME.” His recent publications include “Ishiki no nagare” [Stream of Consciousness] (edition nord), “Between the Sea and the Mountain – Kumano ” (amanasalto), “Atelier of Cézanne” (Nazraeli Press), “White” (edition nord), “TORII” (SUPERLABO) and “Shashin bunriha sengen” [The Declaration of Photo-Secession] (Gentosha, co-authored).

Mariko Takeuchi(Critic of photography)
Rika Noguchi(Photographic artist)
Satoshi Machiguchi(Art director, Publisher)

President of the design studio match and company, inc. In 2005 he launched “M,” a photo book label, and began operating “bookshop M,” a website selling photo books. Since 2008 he has continuously exhibited his works at “Paris Photo,” one of the world’s foremost photography festivals, just one example of how he demonstrates his unique approach to his art. He probes the possibilities of Japanese photo books from a global perspective.