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Wish You Were Here - Manhattan 1977, 1977, Archival Inkjet Print, 22"X30" © Max Fujishima
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Wish You Were Here - Manhattan 1978, 1978, Archival Inkjet Print, 20"X30" © Max Fujishima
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Punch #1C, 2018, Archival Inkjet Print, 12"X18" © Ryushi Kojima
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Fog #1C, 2018, Archival Inkjet Print, 18"X12" © Ryushi Kojima
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illusion 2, 2018, Polymer Photogravure, 7.5"X9.5" © Kazuko Hyakuda
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illusion 1, 2018, Polymer Photogravure, 7.5"X9.75" © Kazuko Hyakuda
A Day in New York
Curated by: Kazuko Uchida

552 Broadway, Suite 401,
New York, NY 10012

December 4th, 2018 - December 22nd, 2018
Opening: December 4th, 2018 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://gallerymaxny.com
EMAIL:  
info@gallerymaxny.com
PHONE:  
212-925-7017
OPEN HOURS:  
Tuesday - Saturday: 11AM - 6PM

DESCRIPTION

 

The 6th Annual Photo Exhibition
A Day in New York  

December 4 - 22, 2018

Opening: Tuesday, Dec 4, 6-8pm
Closing: Saturday, Dec. 22, 3-5pm

Max Fujishima • Kazuko Hyakuda • Ryushi Kojima

A Day in New York, 2018, is the 6th annual photo exhibition featuring scenic, accidental, humorous, and illusive moments of everyday life captured by three photographers. In addition to regular artists Max Fujishima and Kazuko Hyakuda, invited this year is Ryushi Kojima who, from his architectural viewpoint, introduces various geometrical expressions of the City.


Max Fujishima does not think that he is a photographer. Rather he simply creates "paintings" using a camera. "I am capturing wind, not a subject,” he says, "And clouds, rain, water on the river, and whatever the wind moves. Maybe I'm shooting gravity."

Kazuko Hyakuda often finds herself standing between reality and illusion. In the streets, she sees real people reflected on the glass, the steel, and the stone of structures, where the people and their surroundings immediately turn into illusive objects through her lens.

Ryushi Kojima focuses on symbolized urban images, exploring cumulative effects of colors, textures and objects of the City. He then, from his architectural viewpoints, tries to capture "geometrically" touched moments to create new iconic scenes in his own.

 

 

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