News tag: Photographs

22 August 2014

'Quietness in noise', PV tomorrow 23 August @ tokyobike in Shoreditch

‘Quietness in noise’ – Opening reception on 23 August, 5-8pm. Presented by Subject Matter in collaboration with SPoN! The show continues until 3 September. Proceeds from the crowd-sourced photographic artwork will go to the Japan Emergency Network (JEN NPO), in order to support those affected by the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.

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4 June 2014

'Kyoto - city of dreams', exhibition by Jeremy Hoare in London, 10 to 15 June 2014

KYOTO – city of dreams is an exhibition of photographs by Jeremy Hoare, professional travel and portrait photographer, television cameraman, director and producer, who has been photographing Japan and Kyoto in particular for over twenty-five years. His photographs have been used extensively worldwide in all forms of media; newspapers, magazine, brochures, books, videos and promotional material.

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24 September 2013

Drawing pin mania

Our latest exhibition, Acting Out of Nothingness, opened last Tuesday. It was one of the most challenging we have ever done, and perhaps the main reason why my colleague Shihoko collapsed in a heap on Thursday.

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2 August 2013

'Ainu, Portrait of the Wind' Review

Situated at the back of London’s National Geographic Store, the Ainu exhibition, whilst small in size, conveys a whole new world, one which many people aren’t accustomed to. The range of photos, all of which are captured by Makiko Ui during her time spent in the Ainu community, show their way of living, their community

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31 July 2013

'Ainu, Portrait of the Wind' by Makiko Ui

This exhibition, held at the National Geographic London Store (102 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW3), displays the extraordinary photographs taken by Makiko Ui during her time spent in the Ainu community. The Ainu are an indigenous group of people from Hokkaido, although they have previously inhabited other areas of Japan. The exhibition is taking place from

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