|From : June 25th to 30th, 2015 at All 2nd floor
Organized by: Tsunehiko Momose, Arakawa-art office, PROMO-ARTE Latin American Art Gallery
Supported by: EAST & WEST Inc.
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Moreover, we plan to run a special program: "Photographer Momose takes a portrait photo of you” during the period mentioned below.
He will create an “undisguised and fabulous” piece by shooting a really gentle and sharp moment of you with his camera.
We are looking forward to your visit and we hope you will enjoy having your portrait photos taken solo or with your family and pets.
They will be “a memorable piece” for you.
We will be able to receive your reservation in advance according to your convenience, so please feel easy to contact to us.
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Exhibition : Photo Exhibition by Tsunehiko Momose
Period : June 25th (Thu) through June 30th (Tue) 11:00-19:00 *open every day
Place : PROMO-ARTE Gallery
Address : GALERIA 2F, 5-51-3, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
Phone : 03-3400-1995
◆Special program “ Photographer Momose takes a portrait photo of you”◆
|（1） 11:30 - 12:00
||（2） 13:00 - 13:30
|（3） 13:30 - 14:00
||（4） 14:00 - 14:30
|（5） 14:30 - 15:00
||（6） 15:00 - 15:30
|（7） 15:30 - 16:00
||（8） 16:00 - 16:30
|（9） 16:30 - 17:00
||（10）17:00 - 17:30
|（11） 17:30 - 18:00
||（12）18:00 - 18:30
Photo size ： 20.3cm × 25.4cm or any size you like
Quality of paper : You can choose gloss or mat
■About the Artists
Born in Nagano in September of 1947.
Learned Visual Communication Design at Musashino Art University. From student’s time, he visited to Europe, the Middle East and American Continent during several years. After graduating from the university, he traveled alone all over the world and kept on focusing on the human life more than landscapes.
He had a solo exhibition “Picture postcard Paris” at Promo Arte Gallery in April of 2010, and “The Prayer of Mother Teresa” in August where photos stocked since 1995 were shown and celebrated the publication of the 100th anniversary of Mather Teresa’s birth. The exhibition “What is happiness?” was taken place in 2011 where he showed Amish people and their landscapes shot in Pennsylvania and also New York streets as a symbol of modern civilization. A lot of people visited and they supported his works.
||“Mushoku Yujo” in Aoyama Photo Gallery in Tokyo
This exhibition was featured on the image of people living in Fez, an ancient city of Morocco. The exhibition name “Mushoku Yujo” was titled by Shuntaro Tanigawa, a poet who traveled with him in Morocco.
||Published “Portraits of children” in Kinokuniya book store (joint work with Shuntaro Tanigawa). He looked closely the creative world by taking monochromes and tried to print them on Japanese paper. During those days he focused on “tattoo” as his theme during several years.
||“Tatouages-portraits” in Gallery Kuki in Paris
He tried to print monochromes on Japanese paper and colored by technique of traditional Japanese painting.
||Took photos of Mother Teresa in Calcutta in India.
Photo exhibition “Portrait tattoo” in Atagoyama Gallery in Ginza.
Photo exhibition “Portrait Fez” in Asakawa Gallery in Yamanashi.
||Took photos of Barbara Samsung who declared herself to be a HIV-infected and made an impression on people.
||“Portrait Barbara Samsung” at Sotetsu-Joinus in Yokohama.
||“Love and prayer Mother Teresa” at LOGOS Gallery in Parco Art Shibuya.
“Love and prayer Mother Teresa” at Shiryokuen Gallery in Kanazawa, Ishikawa
“Love and prayer Mother Teresa” at Ginza Church Gallery.
||Took photos of Fuku Akino, a female painter who was awarded prize of order of culture in Odisha, India.
||“Mother Teresa” at “Espace Culturel Bertin Poiree” in Paris.
||Shot a Ebizo, a Kabuki actor for a lady’s magazine “and Ebizo” during one year when he succeeded to the name Ebizo from Shinnosuke Ichikawa.
||Published “and Ebizo” in Sekaibunkasha (written by Tomomi Muramatsu)
“Portraits in Paris, a trilogy of nude” at Galerie wa2 in Aoyama, Tokyo.
||“ground 0 + Mother Teresa” at Le Meridien Gallery21
Took photos of a novel “Searching for your voice” written by Kotaro Sawaki published on Yomiuri newspaper.
||“Mother Teresa” at Galerie wa2 in Aoyama, Tokyo
||“Picture postcard Paris” at Prom Arte Gallery in Tokyo
“The Prayer of Mother Teresa” the 100th anniversary of birth of Mother Teresa at Promo Arte Gallery and also at Tojiki-Tachibana Gallery
||“What is the happiness?” at Promo Arte Gallery in Tokyo
||“Where have been flowers gone??” at Promo Arte Gallery in Tokyo
||“PORTRAIT” at Promo Arte Gallery in Tokyo
||“Mushoku Yujo” at Toki-no-wasuremono Gallery
“RAKKANRYO” -Series of Venice” at Promo Arte Gallery in Tokyo