Horikawa Oike Gallery - Past Events

Below is a list of all past events for Horikawa Oike Gallery. Current and upcoming events, as well as other details, are available on the venue's page.

  • poster for Tomomi Morita “Sanrizuka  - Then and Now”

    Tomomi Morita “Sanrizuka - Then and Now”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2018-04-14 - 2018-05-13

    Tomomi Morita (b. 1994, Kyoto) won the 2017 KG+ Award with his Two Rivers photo-essay on Minamata and the Asio Copper Mine, two locales synonymous with environmental pollution. This time around he takes...More »

  • poster for Tadashi Ono “Coastal Motifs”

    Tadashi Ono “Coastal Motifs”

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2018-04-14 - 2018-05-13

    Tadashi Ono (b. 1960, Tokyo), based in Paris and Arles, returned last summer to the disaster-struck areas of northeastern Japan he photographed in 2011–12, only to find a trillion-yen, 400-km, 10-meter-high...More »

  • poster for Chikako Yamashiro “The Songs of Mud”

    Chikako Yamashiro “The Songs of Mud”

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    • Media: Photography - Video and Film
    • 2017-04-15 - 2017-05-14

    Chikako Yamashiro works in photography, video and performance to create visual investigations into the history, politics and culture of her homeland. Particularly salient are themes related to the terrible...More »

  • poster for The First Hour

    The First Hour

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2016-04-23 - 2016-05-22

    Thierry Bouët is a French photographer who will show 24 images of newborns in the first hour after they were born. As these babies get their first glimpse of the world, their faces are still red and wrinkled....More »

  • poster for Roger Ballen’s Shadowland 1969-2014

    Roger Ballen’s Shadowland 1969-2014

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    • Media: Photography
    • 2015-04-18 - 2015-05-10

    As a photographer uncovering the ‘dark side’ of human life and society, Roger Ballen is undoubtedly one of the most important artists of his genre. Since moving to South Africa from New York in the 1970s,...More »

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