We are happy to announce before scape / after land = in-betweens, an exhibition by Julie Forgues, in which she will show work she did during her residence at Studio Kura. After a May residency at Red Gate Residency in Beijing, China, Canadian visual artist Julie Forgues will continue at Kura Studio her ongoing study […]
Hi! This is Alejandro. I’m sharing pictures from Zack Zook’s exhibition On Fear / Ring of Fire. Zack recreated the Ring of Fire he contributed to Sakuraitoshimatsuri, and showed many photographs taken during his stay.
We are happy to announce On Fear / Ring of Fire, an exhibition by Zack Zook, in which he will show work he did during his residence at Studio Kura. Zook is an American photographer based in Brooklyn, New York City. He was the founder and executive editor of Cousin Corinne’s Reminder, an annual art […]
Hello. This is a report of France Dubois’s solo exhibition “No Concept” which was held from May 3rd to May 6th at Studio Kura. At Studio Kura Gallery, pictures were set on three walls creating three different atmospheres.
We are happy to announce a new exhibition from one of the artists in the Studio Kura residence program. Belgian photographer France Dubois will show the results of her stay at Studio Kura. France is based in Brussels but travels all over the world taking pictures. She has worked in Japan before, having been invited […]
France Dubois will be staying at Studio Kura for two months starting in mid March. It’s her second time in Japan, having spent a residence last year at Akiyoshidai International Art Village. She is a young and energetic photographer based in Brussels, and her work has been shown all over the world. One of her […]
Hi! This is Ale translating a blog post by Hiro. German photographer Juliane Eirich stayed with us back in 2011, and recently published her book Itoshima with Berlin based publisher Peperoni Books. The photographs may depict scenes that are too natural for us living here. I know this place. And this one, too. But the […]
Hi! This is Ale translating Hiro’s Japanese post. Today I’m writing about Thomas Hadland’s exhibition, which took place at the end of last month. There, he showed photographic works capturing Shinto shrines at night in a magical light.
Hi, this is aya. We are happy to announce Thomas Hadland’s solo exhibition Ethereal, he is an artist in residence at Studio Kura. Thomas is a photographer from Australia, who is the youngest residence artists at Studio Kura ever. During his stay, he went outside with his camera at night and took photos of Itoshima’s […]