25 June(Thu) - 8
July (Wed), 2009
12F00 - 19F00
(except the opening day, close at 18:00)
Closed on Sunday
are pleased to present Shigekazu Onuma solo exhibition "Seisai"
from 25th June throughout 8th July.
The exhibition consists of about 50 works from the selection
of his latest, never been shown works.
After returning from the United States, where he studied
photography, Shigekazu Onuma (b. 1972) has continuously
produced his photographic works and presented them through
several magazines and his photo book HELLO MY NAME IS
SHIGEKAZU ONUMA (2001, Art Days), while working in
"Just keep unclear things as they are, there should
be things only bared from the very unclearness, or in other
words, nothingness" says Onuma.
Repeating dialogue between "I" and "I, who
objectively watches the 'I'" through everyday life,
and releasing the shutter whenever he felt the urge,Onuma
allows the things unshaped, or sometimes contradicted, to
be photographed just as they are.
On the contrary, however, this rather highlights the unexaggerated
outline of the existence.
Involving all the existence, as well as the inexistence
in the photographs, Onuma's works appeal to the senses of
Studied at a high school in the United States and then graduated
Rhode Island School of Photography, Providence.While working
in the magazines and advertising, he has continuously produced
His publication includes HELLO MY NAME IS SHIGEKAZU
ONUMA (2001, Art Days).