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TAKA, Solo exhibition:vital -kissing tree-
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Published: January 21 2009

vital -kissing tree- series (2008), monochrom print copy right(c) TAKA / Courtesy of hpgrp GALLERY TOKYO

TAKA, who offered us the abstract color field work that is restructured with the absolute elements of photograph like color, shape, and texture, will present us monochromatic world. In the images with minimum color and vivid texture, the forest of Mt. Yatsugadake shows various expression. Longing to the primordial vitality and the sense of death remind us of "The power of living" that people has forgotten. hpgrp GALLERY TOKYO, director, Kentaro Totsuka TAKA
Started leaning how to take photos by himself at the age of nine. Chose to take the life as a photographer to live more freely. Left to NY when he was eighteen. He learned techniques of shooting and developing and exhibited his works. After coming back to Japan, Taka began to shoot portraits in a variety of media such as culture/art magazines. At the same time he began to explore and take photos in South America and other countries. He exhibited at Wall (Tokyo) in 2006, at fashion tradeshow “rooms” and Door (Tokyo) in 2007, and at hpgrp GALLERY TOKYO (Tokyo) in 2008. * The text provided by hpgrp GALLERY TOKYO

Last Updated on February 06 2009

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