Feature: “Hokkaido” by Hiroyuki Ito

Hiroyuki Ito is a Japanese photographer based in New York. A frequentcontributor, covering performance-artsevents, his work can be regularly seen in the New York Times. Ito’s eyes are always wandering — capturing moments around him. A prolific artist, Hiro compiles his archive of strikingimages into books. Last year, Ito traveled across Japan, and Hokkaido was one of his stops in his journey. What brought…

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Luisa Whitton: What About the Heart

Luisa Whitton is a photographer based in London. Her long term project, “What About the Heart” is a documentary series on the humanoid robotics industry of Japan. In her work, Whitton pursues the themes of technology, progress and their impacts on the human condition. “The contemporary advances of technology in Japan have entered a realm…

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Bruno Quinquet: Salaryman Project

Bruno Quinquet spent twenty years of his life as a sound engineer before he decided to take on photography as a full tie endeavor. Quinquet resides in Tokyo, where he had established Bureau d’Etudes Japonaises. His ongoing street photography series Salaryman Project features anonymous male Japanese office workers on the streets of Tokyo. The Japanese salaryman is a cultural archetype that…

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Atsushi Momoi: score (#scene1 / Tokyo)

Atsushi Momoi, born in 1979, is a Tokyo based Japanese photographer. The relationship between the individual and its environments. Momoi’s work, albeit architectural in nature – emphasizes on visualizing a more emotional life to the urban landscapes he captures. The first body of work to be featured in our Consumption release, Momoi’s score (#scene1 / Tokyo) is a playful and…

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3 Years Past, a Kickstarter for a documentary film about high school students in Fukushima by Kaz Senju

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/923263440/3-years-past/widget/video.html “3 Years Past” is a documentary film about a group of teenagers who have spent all of their high school years in Fukushima. Their anticipated graduation from Junior High and entry into Senior High School was suddenly disrupted by an earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear accident three years ago. Some of them were forced to…

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Interview: Joseph Maida

Interview by Lisa Gonzalez Photography & GIF by Alex Thebez Joseph Maida is an artist based in New York City, utilizing photography and video to explore “the domestic as they relate to both the American home and the United States’ identity from within and abroad.” Maida’s work has been exhibited at the Bronx Museum of…

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