Exhibitions

Harumi Shimizu

10/10 Celebrating Japanese Women Photographers

Supported by KERING’S WOMEN IN MOTION

Curated by
Pauline Vermare,
Lucille Reyboz and
Yusuke Nakanishi

HOSOO GALLERY

mutation / creation ​​©︎ Harumi Shimizu

mutation / creation ​​©︎ Harumi Shimizu

mutation / creation ​​©︎ Harumi Shimizu

mutation / creation ​​©︎ Harumi Shimizu

Born in 1989. Based in Tokyo. Solo exhibitions: “The Plants in the Voynich Manuscript” at IMA Gallery, 2019; “OPEN FRUIT IS GOD” at gallery blanka, 2015; “icedland” at Place M, 2014.
Group exhibitions: “Asama International Photo Festival” at Nagano, 2018; “LUMIX MEETS
BEYOND 2020 by Japanese Photographers #4” at Amsterdam, Paris, Tokyo, 2016.
10/10 Celebrating Japanese Women Photographers
Co-curated by Pauline Vermare, Independent curator and photography historian (formerly cultural director of Magnum Photos and curator at ICP, New York) and Co-founders/Co-directors of KYOTOGRAPHIE, Lucille Reyboz and Yusuke Nakanishi. Through the series shown in the exhibition, we see a reflection and perspective distinctive to each photographer, whether they are living and working in Japan or abroad. These powerful images will be presented in a scenography that embodies the KYOTOGRAPHIE spirit and gives each artist her own customized space, thanks to versatile and sustainable structure, conceived by Kyoto-based designer and architect Hiroyasu Konishi.

This exhibition is supported by Women In Motion, a Kering program that shines a light on the talent of women in the fields of arts and culture. Since 2015, Women In Motion has been a platform of choice for helping to change mindsets and reflect on women’s place and recognition across artistic fields.

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