For a New World to Come: Experiments in Japanese Art and Photography, 1960-1979
Location: Japan Society, New York
Date: October, 2015
Services Provided: Exhibition Design, Casework Design, Construction Documents
Excerpt from Japan Society Press Release:
"In the wake of the social and political upheaval of the late 1960's, Japanese artists and photographers began crafting a new visual language for an age of uncertainty. Their embrace of camera-based experiments would alter the cultural landscape and lay the foundations for contemporary art in Japan. For a New World to Come is the first comprehensive exhibition to spotlight this radical break with the past. With some 200 works by such luminaries as Ishiuchi Miyako, Daidō Moriyama, Jirō Takamatsu, and Shōmei Tōmatsu, the exhibition charts the stunning diversity of photographic practices during this pivotal era, from conceptual series situated squarely within global artistic currents, to visually arresting meditations on time, place, and self."