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Sep 07 2014
Totem Pole Photo Gallery, Shinjuku
Nikon FM2/T with Nikkor 20mm f4 lens and aftermarket grip

Totem Pole Photo Gallery, Shinjuku

Nikon FM2/T with Nikkor 20mm f4 lens and aftermarket grip

Apr 27 2014
Enkakuji temple, Kamakura
Nikon FM2 with Nikkor 85mm f2 lens

Enkakuji temple, Kamakura

Nikon FM2 with Nikkor 85mm f2 lens

Apr 17 2014

Seen:  St. photography exhibition 18

Who: Haruto Hoshi

Where: 3rd District Gallery, Shinjuku, Tokyo

When:  April 11-20 / 1pm-8pm

What:  Nikon FM2 / GR1v / 35mm color neg film / eighteen 10x12 darkroom prints

Apr 05 2014
Yasukuni Shrine
Pentax DSLR & Nikon FM2/T with 35mm f1.4 lens

Yasukuni Shrine

Pentax DSLR & Nikon FM2/T with 35mm f1.4 lens

Feb 16 2014

Seen: Aya Fujioka’s Life Studies at the Nikon Salon, Ginza

This excellent exhibition is comprised of work made over a few years while Ms. Fujioka was at the International Center of Photography in New York. At the show yesterday she told me she went through a period where it was difficult to leave the house, and an exploration of street photography helped allow her to get out and make pictures. Interestingly (and thankfully) her photographs don’t subscribe to any set criteria for that genre and instead together create a web of connections which begin to reveal her point of view than any statements about society. The images always feel personal and uniquely hers.

I’ve been friends with Fujioka for several years now and it was nice to get a chance to chat again. I wrote an introductory profile on her for an accompanying selection of her work on Japan Exposures back in 2010. The site also featured a conversation on her book I Don’t Sleep between myself and writer Dan Abbe as well.

The gallery also had copies of Fujioka’s two photobooks- I Don’t Sleep is available in the Japan Exposures Bookshop

This is a really good show- allowing oneself to produce honest and personal work like this is harder than it looks, and the sincerity with which Fujioka is able to express is equally rare. Here’s hoping it soon becomes available in photobook form.

Who: Aya Fujioka
Where: Nikon Salon, Ginza
When: 10:30-6:30 Feb. 12 - Feb. 25, 2014
More: info on Tokyo Art Beat

Jan 09 2014
Ginza
Nikon FM2/T with 50mm f1.4 Nikkor lens

Ginza

Nikon FM2/T with 50mm f1.4 Nikkor lens

Sep 12 2013
28th floor of the Shinjuku L Tower building, Shinjuku
Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.4 Nikkor lens

28th floor of the Shinjuku L Tower building, Shinjuku

Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.4 Nikkor lens

Sep 11 2013
28th floor of the Shinjuku L Tower building, Shinjuku
Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.4 Nikkor lens

28th floor of the Shinjuku L Tower building, Shinjuku

Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.4 Nikkor lens

Sep 03 2013
Shimokitazawa
Nikom FM2

Shimokitazawa

Nikom FM2

Aug 22 2013
Totem Pole Photo Gallery, Shinjuku
Nikon FM2

Totem Pole Photo Gallery, Shinjuku

Nikon FM2

Aug 08 2013
Map Camera, Shinjuku
Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.8 AF lens

Map Camera, Shinjuku

Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.8 AF lens

Aug 01 2013
Totem Pole Photo Gallery, Shinjuku
Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.4

Totem Pole Photo Gallery, Shinjuku

Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.4

May 23 2013
Asakusa
Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.4 Nikkor lens 
She was visiting from Korea.

Asakusa

Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.4 Nikkor lens

She was visiting from Korea.

Apr 30 2013
Ueno Park
Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.4 Nikkor lens

Ueno Park

Nikon FM2 with 50mm f1.4 Nikkor lens

Apr 20 2013
Totem Pole Photo Gallery, Shinjuku
Nikon FM2 with 35mm f2.8 Nikkor lens

Totem Pole Photo Gallery, Shinjuku

Nikon FM2 with 35mm f2.8 Nikkor lens

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