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For the past thirty years, Japanese photographer, Naoya Hatakeyama, has undertaken a photographic examination of the life of cities and the built environment. Each of his series focuses on a different facet of the growth and transformation of the urban landscape-- from studies of architectural maquettes to the extraction and use of natural materials such as limestone, as it is quarried via explosive blasts and subsequently incorporated into the construction of new buildings. In particular, Hatakeyama has routinely returned to the Tokyo-Yokohama metropolis, exploring this ever-evolving urban sprawl from both below and above, mapping the growth and expansion of these sites over time. Additional series focus on other forms of human intervention with the landscape and natural materials, including factories and building sites in Japan and abroad. Finally, his most recent photographs of his hometown of Rikuzentakata, a fishing town that was almost completely destroyed by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami, are also included-- an ongoing series begun almost immediately following the disaster. These photographs hauntingly embody the death and rebirth of the city, manifesting a deeply personal connection to the ongoing intersection of geology, architecture, and time. Exhibition: Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA (04.03.- 22.07.2018).
|Other titles||Excavating the future city|
|Statement||by Yasufumi Nakamori ; additional texts by Toyo Ito and Philippe Forest ; editors: Lesley A. Martin and Yasufumi Nakamori|
|Contributions||Nakamori, Yasufumi, author, editor, Hatakeyama, Naoya, 1958- artist, writer of added text, Itō, Toyoo, 1941- writer of added text, Forest, Philippe, writer of added text, Martin, Lesley A., editor, Minneapolis Institute of Art|
|LC Classifications||TR647 .H38 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||2017957489|
The first part of the book is the story told by Naoya Hatakeyama, who embarks on a motorcycle trip towards the North of the island after the earthquake, a trip made difficult due to heavy snowing, the absence of fuel, and detours caused by destroyed roads. Concurrently, the book shows reminiscence of happy days in his hometown, Rikuzentakata. Naoya Hatakeyama is a Japanese photographer whose work is included in some of the most important public collections in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. He co-represented Japan in the 49th Venice Biennale in , and was given his first solo museum exhibition outside of Japan in at Kunstverein Hannover.
Born in in the Iwate prefecture on the North-Eastern coast of Honshu, Naoya Hatakeyama has exhibited at the Venice Biennale, the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris, the V&A in London and twice in Arles (in and ).A graduate of art and architecture, the artist is much-decorated in his homeland of Japan, with public institutions, important photography . In his "Blast" series of photographs, Naoya Hatakeyama uses remote-control cameras to capture the drama and destruction of Japan's limestone blasting operations from point-blank range. The dangerous, close-up views of exploding debris inspire the viewer to consider the human capacity for destruction, while providing a unique perspective on the.
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Naoya Hatakeyama book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Limestone landscapes and architecture reminiscent of lunar surfaces /5.
Naoya Hatakeyama, born inis a highly respected photographer in Japan. He has a major following in Germany because of the influence of the Bechers, with whom has thematic affinity. However, he has not yet had a major exhibition in the United States. His first retrospective in France was at the Rencontres de la Photographie in Arles this 5/5(1).
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Android. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. 5/5(2). “The Photographer and Architecture” is translated by Reiko Tomii. A slightly longer version appears in Excavating the Future City, recently published by the Aperture Foundation and the Minneapolis Institute of Art, on the occasion of the exhibition Excavating the Future City: Photographs by Naoya Hatakeyama at the Minneapolis Institute of Author: Naoya Hatakeyama.
Naoya Hatakeyama’s photographs of quarries, detonations, roads, and factories reveal complex, unnatural environments created by wresting raw material from the : Dan Piepenbring. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in English and German.
Notes: Published in conjunction with an exhibition at Kunstverein Hannover, 4//19/; Kunsthalle Nürnberg, 7//15/; and. Naoya Hatakeyama. Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Stephan Berg. Essays by Charlotte Cotton and Naoya Hatakeyama. Limestone landscapes and architecture reminiscent of lunar surfaces and prehistoric scenes; a vertical progression from the air down into the depths of a city sewer system; detonations in quarries.
Naoya Hatakeyama is the author of Lime Works ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 1 review, published ), Excavating the Future City ( avg rating, 7 ratin /5. Photographs and text by Naoya Hatakeyama.
28 pp., with 22 four-color plates, beautifully printed by Toppan Printing Co., Ltd., Japan. /8 x /8 inches. Condition. Fine. A Near Mint copy. Description. From the publisher: "Naoya Hatakeyama is a. Naoya Hatakeyama: Excavating the Future City is a recent title published by Aperture.
Naoya Hatakeyama (born in Iwate Prefecture, Japan, ) is included in some of the most important public collections in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. He co-represented Japan in the 49th Venice Biennale inand presented his first solo museum exhibition.
Naoya Hatakeyama (born ) is probably best known for two bodies of work: firstly, his urban photographs of both elevated and underground locations in Tokyo, where he has lived since ; and secondly, his documentation of the slow recovery of his home town Rikuzentakata in Iwate, a small coastal city in northeastern Japan known for its.
The 9 images reproduced in Naoya Hatakeyama’s One Picture Book River Series / Shadow are born from his “River Series” project of – “Shadow” refers not only to the reﬂections on the water surface of these images, but also to Talbot’s On the Art of Fixing a Shadow.
Naoya Hatakeyama was born in Japan in Naoya Hatakeyama (畠山 直哉, Hatakeyama Naoya, born ) is a Japanese photographer. His work explores human intervention with the landscape and natural materials, including the life of cities and the built environment.
Life. Hatakeyama was born in Japan Rikuzentakata, Iwate, in He graduated. Photographs and text by Naoya Hatakeyama. 28 pp., with 22 four-color plates, beautifully printed by Toppan Printing Co., Ltd., Japan. /8 x /8 inches. This first edition is limited to copies.
Condition. New in publisher's shrink-wrap. Description. From the publisher: "Naoya Hatakeyama is a leading figure in contemporary Japanese art. A photography book that is an intimate documentary and a philosophical openness to the surviving memory of the tsunami. ” Far from offering sensationalist testimonies to the tsunami, the elegant layout (showing a superb cover with Japanese ideograms) and the book’s natural tendency to let our mind freely wander between Naoya Hatakeyama’s photographs and the.
Naoya Hatakeyama was born in in Iwate Prefecture, Japan. Hatakeyama, a student of Kiyoji Otsuji, completed graduate studies at Tsukuba University in Since then, Hatakeyama has been based in Tokyo, a city which has served as a model from which he has developed a body of work concerned largely with the relationship between nature, the city and photography.
The work of photography artist Naoya Hatakeyama – Recommended by Annette for my FMP. nanae_mediablog Final Major Project 4th Apr 28th May 2 Minutes So the reason why I made the title like that, because Annette recommended this artist for me to have a look at his work on Deception of the City.
Naoya Hatakeyama () Japanese Biography. Nayoa Hatakeyama was born in Iwate Prefecture, Japan, in In he graduated from the University of Tsukuba School of Art and Design and completed his postgraduate studies at the University of Tsukuba in Hatakeyama is interested in the heightened tension that exists today between human.
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Join Naoya Hatakeyama at Dashwood Books for a signing of his latest publication Excavating the Future City (Aperture/Minneapolis Institute of Art, ). For the past thirty years, Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama has undertaken a photographic examination of the life of cities and the built environment.
Each of his series focuses on a different facet of the growth and. Born in Iwata Prefecture inNaoya Hatakeyama, currently lives and works in Tokyo. He initially studied painting but changed to photography and graduated in from Tsukuba University.
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The photographs are taken by the artist Robert Smithson, and the photographers Bernd & Hilla Becher. It is a fascinating book; the Bechers took Smithson to this.