2016/09/05

“LE BAL” Hommage à Etsuro ISHIHARA, ZEIT-FOTO SALON

LE BAL

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“Le bal”
Hommage à Etsuro ISHIHARA

Part 1 – maestoso  Sep. 3 – Oct. 5
< Opening reception : Sep. 3 from 6:00 pm >

Noe AOKI, Aki LUMI, Eugene ATGET, Miyuki ICHIKAWA, Garry WINOGRAND, Yuji ONO, 
Yuki ONODERA, Yoshiko KAMIKURA, Luigi GHIRRI, Ihei KIMURA, Masumi KURA, 
William KLEIN, Andre KERTESZ, Kiyoshi KOISHI, Tatsuro KOTAKI, Norio KOBAYASHI, 
Hideo KOBAYASHI, Yasuhiro SAKIMA, Tokihiro SATO, Yoichi SANO, Kunié SUGIURA, 
Hiroshi SUGIMOTO, Ryoko SUZUKI, Issei SUDA, Jock Sturges, Maurice TABARD, Akira TANNO, 
Takuya CHIKUSHI, Hitoshi TUKIJI, Robert DOISNEAU, Asako NARAHASHI, Takanobu HAYASHI, 
Tadashi HIROSE, Adolphe BRAUN, Robert FRANK, Robert MAPPLETHORPE, 
Hiroshi YAMAZAKI, Tomizo YOSHIKAWA, Kanendo WATANABE

Part 2 – scherzo Oct. 11 – Nov. 12
Yoko ASAKAI, Hiroyuki ARAI, Nobuyoshi ARAKI, Shigeo ANZAÏ, Yasuhiro ISHIMOTO, Yumiko IZU, Hiroshi Osaka, 
Kiyoji Otsuji, Osamu KANEMURA, Kineo KUWABARA, Sawako GODA, Masao GOZU, Munehisa SAKURADA, 
Toshio SHIBATA, Noriko SHINDO, Tomio SEIKE, Yuriko TAKAGI, Akihide TAMURA, Akiko TOBU, Masaaki NAKAGAWA, 
Fumikiyo NAGAMACHI, Tina BARNEY, Shoko HASHIMOTO, Naoya HATAKEYAMA, Fuyuki HATTORI, 
Bernard FAUCON, Joan FONTCUBERTA, BRASSAÏ, Bill BRANDT, Robert BESANKO, Frank HORVAT, 
Eikoh HOSOE, Liuming MA, Taiji MATSUE, Michiko MATSUMOTO,  Etienne-Jules MAREY, 
MAN RAY, Midori MITAMURA, Ryuji MIYAMOTO, Yi MO, Nakaji YASUI

Part 3 – adagio cantabile  Nov. 18 – Dec. 22
Miyako ISHIUCHI, Kenro IZU, Miro ITO, Eiji INA, Shoji UEDA, Yuki URAKAMI, Shigeyoshi OHI, Koji ONAKA, 
Henri CARTIER-BRESSON, Keizo KITAJIMA, Makiko KOIE, Sadahiro KOIZUMI, Joaquim GOMIS, Mineo SAKATA, 
Jeanloup Shieff, Jun SHIRAOKA, Kiyoshi SUZUKI, Keiko SOTOKUBO, Ryudai TAKANO, Chotoku TANAKA, 
Masako TOMIYA, Lyu HANABUSA, Vincent D Feldman, Susan FENTON, Katsuji FUKUDA, 
Akihiko FUKE, Hitoshi FUGO, Lee Friedlander, Hans Bellmer, WOLS, Eadweard MUYBRIDGE, 
Daido MORIYAMA, Toshihiro YASHIRO, Tomoko YONEDA, Henri-Victor REGNAULT, RONGRONG&INRI, 
Osamu WATANABE, Nana WATANABE, Hitomi WATANABE, Ningde WANG

< Closing party : Dec. 22 from 6:00 pm >

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2016/06/09

Musée Nicéphore Niépce 201606

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The expert eye
Contemporary photography

June 18 – Sep 18 2016
opening reception:  Friday June 17, 19:00
Musée Nicéphore Niépce

28, Quai des Messagerie
71100 Chalon-sur-Saône
FRANCE

+ 33 [0]3.85.48.41.98 / tel
+ 33 [0]3.85.48.63.20 / fax
contact@museeniepce.com
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Ziad Antar, Patrick Bailly-Maître-Grand, Roger Ballen, John Batho, Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, Jean-Christian Bourcart, Bruno Boudjelal, Elina Brotherus, François Burgun, Robert Burley, Michel Campeau, Natasha Caruana, Alexandra Catiere, Claire Chevrier, Gérard Collin-Thiébaut, Kathryn Cook, Alexis Cordesse, Olivier Culmann, Antoine d’Agata, Raphaël Dallaporta, Denis Darzacq, Morgane Denzler, Michaël Durand, JH Engström, Jean-Louis Faure, Maia Flore, Charles Fréger, Marion Gronier, Stan Guigui, Noël Jabbour, Peter Knapp, Jean Le Gac, Laurence Leblanc, Ange Leccia, Mac Adams, Virginie Marnat-Leempoels, Guillaume Martial, Serguey Maximishin, Mazaccio & Drowilal, André Mérian, Bertrand Meunier, Laurent Millet, Christian Milovanoff, Jean-Luc Moulène, Yuki Onodera, Dominique Pasqualini, Mathieu Pernot, Gerald Petit, Philippe Pétremant, Walid Raad et Akram Zaatari, Lola Reboud, Lise Sarfati, Malick Sidibé, Klavdij Sluban, Patrick Tosani, Patrick Zachmann.


The idea behind this exhibition is to get back to the musée Nicéphore Niépce’s original policy with regard to contemporary photography that takes a stand against the art market and its institutionalisation, refusing to double the collections constituted by other museums. The museum’s choices include support for French and international new work, artist in residence programmes, the constitution of a collection of pieces that manage to give a complete vision of the career of a given artist and producing prints under the supervision of the photographers. This has opened the museum’s collections up to a reflection on the world and the photographic medium as a whole through the expert eye of the artist.



2016/03/14

Art Basel | Hong Kong – Yuki ONODERA solo show

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Art Basel | Hong Kong
Hong Kong, March 24 – 26, 2016
SOLO SHOW
Yuki Onodera
Booth no. 3D40
Vanguard Gallery – Shanghai
Opening hours:
Private View (by invitation only) Tuesday, March 22, 2016, 3pm to 8pm
Wednesday, March 23, 2016, 1pm to 5pm
Vernissage Wednesday, March 23, 2016, 5pm to 9pm
Public Days Thursday, March 24, 2016, 1pm to 9pm
Friday, March 25, 2016, 1pm to 8pm
Saturday, March 26, 2016, 11am to 6pm
Venue:
Hong Kong : Convention & Exhibition Centre 1 Harbour Road Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China


2016/01/11

The Getty Museum 2015 – 2016

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Yuki Onodera Los Angeles J.Paul Getty Museum 

group show “The Younger Generation Contemporary Japanese Photography” 
the opening of the exhibitions: Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. 6:30-8:30 p.m. 
the exhibitions: Oct. 6, 2015 – Feb. 21, 2016 

The Younger Generation: Contemporary Japanese Photography | The Getty Museum

http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/younger_gen/
The Younger Generation: Contemporary Japanese Photography
October 6, 2015–February 21, 2016, 

GETTY CENTER

Beginning in the 1990s, a number of young female photographers in Japan garnered attention by making provocative self-portraits and intimate images of domestic scenes. Challenging the status quo of the male-dominated photography community, their work prompted the controversial and reductive term onnanoko shashin, or “girl photographs”.

This exhibition showcases the versatile and complex work of five midcareer Japanese-born artists who emerged in the wake of “girl photography”: Kawauchi Rinko, Onodera Yuki, Otsuka Chino, Sawada Tomoko, and Shiga Lieko. Mavericks in their field, these women continue in the tradition of such pioneers as Ishiuchi Miyako, whose work appears in the companion exhibition Ishiuchi Miyako: Postwar Shadows.
The J. Paul Getty Museum thanks the Japan Foundation for their support of this exhibition.

© Yuki Onodera “Portrait of Second-hand Clothes no.1


2015/09/27

Yuki Onodera 2015 ZEIT-FOTO SALON

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Yuki Onodera
TOKYO ZEIT-FOTO SALON
opening : Oct. 7, 2015. 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Oct. 7 – Nov. 21, 2015
Yuki Onodera: Act-1″LENINGRAD”,
drawing, photography, collage on canvas, 211 x 422 cm, 2015
10:30-18:30 p.m.(Sat-17:30) Closed on Sunday, Monday and National Holiday
ZEIT-FOTO SALON : Kyoei-Bldg. 1F 3-5-3 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo JAPAN
+81 (0)3 3535 7188, fax 3535 7112
ZF@zeit-foto.com



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