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Art Exhibition previously on at Aperture Gallery in New York, United States.
From Thursday 31 January 2013 to Saturday 09 February 2013

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Published by anonymous on Friday 25 January 2013.
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Photography presents the work of William Eggleston, Nan Goldin, Ryan McGinley, Martin Parr, Terry Richardson, and Stephen Shore, six of the most important image-makers working today. For the exhibition, curated by Ken Miller for Gallery Target, Tokyo, each photographer created images using Fujifilm X-Series cameras. Though the tools were the same, the resulting photographs represent unique and personal expressions.

The exhibition consists of approximately 25 new prints that are reflective of each photographer’s distinctive aesthetic, from William Eggleston’s iconic Americana; Stephen Shore’s intensive snapshot documentation; Nan Goldin’s poetic self-reflection; Martin Parr’s whimsical observations of contemporary living; Terry Richardson’s stark, blunt simplicity; and Ryan McGinley’s images of youth and beauty.

Ken Miller has presented exhibitions and talks in New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Milan, Mexico City, Tokyo, and Beijing for commercial and fine art clients such as Uniqlo, MINI, and Phillips de Pury. He recently co-edited the Opening Ceremony fashion monograph and is the author of SHOOT, a photography compilation, and Revisionaries: A Decade of Art in Tokion.

Opening reception: Thursday, January 31, 6:00–9:00 pm