Past Exhibitions

Hosokawa Takeshi Photo Exhibition: Where I Stand–What Is Nature?

Sat, Sep 11, 2010 - Sun, Oct 24


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This exhibition showcased the photography of Hosokawa Takeshi, who has been photographing the forests and rivers of Iwate Prefecture for more than thirty years. The pristine beech forests that spread across the Shirakami and Hakkoda mountain ranges of Aomori Prefecture are a precious natural resource where time passes slowly and eternally. Beyond Hakkoda lies a river that flows through the city of Towada, the same river of Oirase yet devoid of any scenic beauty. It is a river at the mercy of the nearby human inhabitants, who have altered the course of nature. This exhibition presented the museum with an opportunity to reconsider two completely different aspects of the natural world: forest and rivers.


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Title

Hosokawa Takeshi Photo Exhibition: Where I Stand–What Is Nature?

Date

Sat, Sep 11, 2010 - Sun, Oct 24

Location

Towada Art Center


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