NAOYA HATAKEYAMA NATURAL STORIES EXHIBITION OPENING TOMORROW
UNDERGROUND / RIVER [TUNNEL SERIES] 6303
NAOYA HATAKEYAMA's NATURAL STORIES EXHIBITION WILL OPEN TOMORROW [FRIDAY 16 DECEMBER, 2011] BETWEEN 5pm and 7pm AT the Huis Marseille photography museum IN AMSTERDAM.
HATAKEYAMA, WHOSE UNDERGROUND SERIES WAS FEATURED IN SOME/THINGS MAGAZINE CHAPTER005, WILL BE PRESENT AT THE OPENING OF NATURAL STORIES, & WILL BE GIVING A GUIDED TOUR ON SATURDAY 17 DECEMBER.
[For the Natural Stories exhibition, we have brought together photographs from HATAKEYAMA’s earliest to his recent work that offer a new perspective on the relationships between nature and humanity. HATAKEYAMA has created a series that treats factories, quarries, mines, and other sites related to two mineral resources, limestone and coal. His work captures scenes people do not often see, vast and at times awe-inspiring. This exhibition, which confronts not only the beauties of nature but also its sometimes incongruous austerity, is an opportunity to consider how the natural and human worlds have both coexisted and clashed...]
/ TEXT COURTESY TOKYO METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY
FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT www.huismarseille.nl
THE HATAKEYAMA feature in SOME/THINGS MAGAZINE CHAPTER005 WAS IN COLLABORATION WITH TAKA ISHII GALLERY TOKYO.
A PREVIEW OF THE ARTICLE IS NOW ONLINE