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April 12th - May 4th, 2012
Unfolding Lives in Tohoku
Rayko Photo Center
428 Third Street San Francisco, CA 94107
Tel: 415-495-3773 Email: email@example.com
Artist Reception: Thursday April 12, 6 - 8 pm
21. 7. - 14. 8. 2011
Fukushima - Opening Doors with Compassion
Vernissage 20. Juli 2011 / 19 h 30
Lutherkirche, Sudstadt Martin-Luther-Platz, Cologne, Germany
From the series California Project after Fukushima
A Solar Power Plant in the Mojave Desert, California, 3/21/2011, From the series California Project after Fukushima
50 EYES: Japan 2011
Save Japan Photo Cards Project
The postcards will be sold in Tokyo, New York, Beijin and London
4/28 - 4/30/2011
Bay Area Aritsts for Japan
Opening Reception: April 28 (Thu), 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Gallery Hours: April 29 (Fri) 30 (Sat), 11:00AM – 5:00PM
Location: Mina Dresden Gallery, 312 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
4/23 - 5/3/2011
Socio Arte Kobe 2011
3F, 2-1-3, Sakaemachi-dori, Chuo-ku, Kobe JAPAN 650-0023
My new series, Appearance is featured in a
Japanese Photo Magazine, Asahi
Camera, February issue 2011.
I am participated in this interesting group show "THINGS ARE EXPANDING"
at Swarm Gallery in Oakland, CA.
For more imformation:
You can also preview our project catalog:
A photograph from The Three Cornered World will be included in an exhibition,
"Photography Now: China, Japan, Korea" at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
For more imformation:
8/19/2009 - 8/24/2009
Nagasaki Dialog is shown in Nagasaki City
Library in the summer 2009.
For more information in Japanese >>
an International Photo Competition Celebrating En Foco's 35th Anniversary, 2009
Sentimental Education has been awarded Honorable Mention.
2009 Santa Fe Prize for Photography
Sentimental Education has been awarded the 2009 Santa Fe Prize. for Photography
2009 juror was Charlotte Cotton, Curator and Head of the Wallis Annenberg
Department of Photography,
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
She wrote of the work:
"I have chosen Hiroyo Kaneko as the recipient of the Santa Fe Prize for Photography because, for me, the work
and her artist's statement really intrigued me, perhaps even confused me at first. It is often the case for me
that the first time I experience an enduring photographic project, it doesn't entirely reveal itself to me. I kept
returning to Hiroyo Kaneko's images of her family bathing in hot tubs. I had questions about the work -
is the subject of Japanese bathing with its visually seductive mis-en-scene make this project inherently too
beautiful? What does the range in her use of portraiture say about her subjects and relationships to them?
In essence, I needed a little bit of time to become comfortable with the better than formulaic way that Hiroyo
Kaneko works and to trust that the ambiguous and unexpected threads that her practice weaves are both
interesting and enduring. I appreciate the subtle layers of thought and observation that underpin her practice
and I really look forward to seeing how the amazing support that the Santa Fe Prize for Photography
offers will impact on her photography."
Lay Flat 01: Remain In Light
Picnic #01 is featured in this new photo publication!
Included in the inaugural issue of Lay Flat are four essays, an interview
and a poem, all accompanied
by 20 unbound photographs from a selection of international photographers. This issue's photographs
were co-curated by Lay Flat's editor, Shane Lavalette, and Chicago-based photographer Karly Wildenhaus.
2/2/2009 - 2/20/2009
MIAD Perspectives Photography Gallery, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design
Also, an interview with Sonja Thomsen and John Lusis at MIAD is up here.
1/14/2009 - 2/20/2009
Rayko Photo Center
Opening Reception: Friday, Janurary, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Please visit for more great exhibiton images!
EIGHTEEN MONTHS: TAKING THE PULSE OF BAY AREA PHOTOGRAPHY
San Francisco Art Commission Gallery
Location: City Hall
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 17, 5:30 - 7:30 PM
3/6/2008 - 4/12/2008
New Work from The Three Cornered World are shown in a two persons' photo exhibit;
Each Sun: Hiroyo Kaneko and Chris McCaw at Togonon Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 6, 5:30 - 8 PM
New Pictures are shown in a photo exhibit;
Elusive Subjects: James Welling, Jun Shiraoka, Sanna Kannisto, Hiroyo Kaneko, curated by Hiroyo Kaneko
at Togonon Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 6, 5:30 - 8 PM
James Welling and Jun Shiraoka
1/14/2007 - 2/25/2007
Sentimental Education is included in a group show, Close Calls:2007
at HEADLANDS CENTER FOR THE ARTS, Sausalito, CA
Opening Reception: Sunday, Janurary 28, 1 - 3 PM