At tokyo arts gallery, Michael Hitoshi photo exhibition “access” is being held until October 5th.
When you look at the city in the time zone which goes move to artificial light from natural light, you could see different dimension and angle from usual.
For example, twilight of natural light, light leaking from the roof and windows, the time zone to be created in the streets of the street and the moment of twilight.
For the moment, he had been waited quietly when to come with hovering at 2,000 feet adobe the subject by helicopter. This time, he went on a shooting in the United States to cut histories named the present of each huge cities as “New York,” “Chicago” and “JFK,” by the moment in the fantastic twilight. Placed the coordinates of each city in the United States with the theme of “access,” he captured the moment of these points.
Michael Hitoshi Photo Exhibition “ACCESS”
Date: September 17th – October 5th, 2014
Opening hours: 11:00 – 20:00
Place: tokyo arts gallery
Address:2-23-8 Higashi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel: +81(0)3 6427 6665
“Disappearing Landscape -Reason To Be a Leaf” 2007, moving digital image, 9 min, courtesy of Yuan Goang-ming
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