Zoom Talk with Yasuhiro Ogawa
April 24 2021 at 11:00AM - 1:00PM
Blue Lotus Gallery, G/F 28 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Free Event

 Zoom Talk with Yasuhiro Ogawa (meet at the gallery or log in online)
Date: Saturday 24 April
Time: 11am

Contact christina@bluelotus-gallery.com to register to the online talk

'The Dreaming' Exhibition
Dates: 9 April - 4 May 2021
Preview: Thursday 8 April, 2021, 4-8pm
Venue: Blue Lotus Gallery, G/F 28 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Opening hours: Wed–Sun, 11am–6pm , closed on public holidays

 

Blue Lotus Gallery proudly presents Japanese photographer Yashuhiro Ogawa’s debut exhibition in Hong Kong. Some 20 handmade dark room prints from his latest photography book: ‘The Dreaming’ will be on show. ‘The Dreaming’ (published February 2020) is a collection of black and white photographs by Ogawa, shot during his travels throughout Asia over the past 30 years. Ogawa visited China (including Tibet), Myanmar, India, Cambodia and other countries. For the artist, revisiting his negatives felt like reliving an old dream. Publisher Mark Pearson on the body of work: ‘Ogawa’s photographs succeed in a difficult task: capturing the world as otherworldly and fascinating as it can truly be.’

 

About Yasuhiro Ogawa:

Yasuhiro Ogawa was born in 1968 in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan.

He has had solo and group exhibitions including Futashika-na-Chizu at Kodak Photo Salon, Tokyo (1999), Slowly Down the River at Nikon Salon Ginza, Tokyo (2006), Winter Journey at Doozo Gallery, Rome (2013), Caascade at Sokyusha Gallery, Tokyo (2018) and Contes des iles et Paysages de la Mer du Japon at Inbetween Gallery, Paris (2018).

He has published five photo books such as Slowly Down the River (Creo, 2008), Shimagatari (Sokyusha, 2014), Cascade (Sokyusha, 2017), By the Sea (self-published, 2018) and The Dreaming (Sokyusha, 2020).

He has won several awards including the Taiyo Award for his first solo exhibition Futashika-na-Chizu (2000) and The photographic Society of Japan New Comer Award for his first book Slowly Down the River. He was a finalist at the Oskar Barnack Award (2006) and the Hayashi Tadahiko Award (2015). He currently lives in Tokyo.

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