Naoya Hatakeyama  (1958)

Geboren in Iwate, Japan.

Graduated from the University of Tsukuba, School of Art & Design, Ibaraki/Japan (1981)
Completed postgraduate studies at the University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki/Japan (1984)

Naoya Hatakeyama is one of the most important Japanese photographers of his generation. And yet in Europe his work is relatively unknown.
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The oeuvre of Hatakeyama focuses on the area of tension between nature and culture. His themes are urban and industrial landscapes and the osmosis occurring between them. Just as an archaeologist analyses traces in the ground in search of the constructed reality of centuries ago, Hatakeyama examines traces of decay in today's built environment as a triumph of nature, and vice versa. His investigation results in large series, without beginning or ending, in which cultural and natural processes converge in mysterious images. In them the city resembles a growing, organic being, whereas nature seems to find its true destiny after it has been worked by mankind.

Catalogue Naoya Hatakeyama
With contributions from Stephan Berg, Charlotte Cotton and Naoya Hatakeyama. Texts in English and German.
Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern-Ruit. ISBN 3-7757-1159-7.
28,35 euro.

Exposities (komt nu voorbij)

De volgende instellingen bieden werk aan en organiseren exposities:
L.A. Galerie Lothar Albrecht, Frankfurt am Main

De volgende musea/instellingen hebben werk in hun collectie:
Huis Marseille museum voor fotografie, Amsterdam
De Pont Museum, Tilburg

Vertegenwoordigd in de volgende bedrijfscollecties:
H + F Collection,

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