Yoichi Midorikawa in #47 Mizu:
Yoichi Midorikawa (1915–2001) was one of Japan's foremost nature photographers with a distinctly Modernist eye: his landscapes of Japan's remote regions focus on the abstract qualities of rugged mountains, rivers and coastlines.
#59 Yōjo - Jeremy Stigter & the IBASHO Collection3 Jun - 6 Aug 2023IBASHO is delighted to announce the opening of “Yōjo”, an exhibition developed in close collaboration with the Dutch photographer Jeremy Stigter. “Yōjo”, a Japanese concept that can be translated as...Read more
#47 MizuSummer group exhibition on the theme of 'Water' 17 Jun - 22 Aug 2021For the annual Summer exhibition of 2021 IBASHO has chosen the theme ' Mizu ', the word for 'water' in Japanese. As an island nation, Japan has a deep connection...Read more
#37 初雪 HATSUYUKI - a group exhibition on 'FIRST SNOW'7 Dec 2019 - 12 Jan 2020A small flake of snow Came floating down Onto my forefinger Onto its tip Heaven's messenger as it were A small flake of snow Arrived floating Melted on my forefinger...Read more