Exhibition on Flowers and Humans

Ricoh Imaging Square Shinjuku will be hosting an exhibition of work by an emerging photographer

HASEO, an emerging photographer, can capture women better than most other photographers do in Japan. That is because his tried-and-tested method is effective: there are different ways to photograph women according to the shape of their skulls (his book on the theory is to be published soon in Japan). Now his solo exhibition will be held in Ricoh Imaging Square Shinjuku in Tokyo. He focuses his camera on flowers and humans. All flowers he used are real with no computer graphics. 40 works will be on exhibit, including a masterpiece. HASEO, whose portfolio consists of “Fantasy” and “Neo Japonism”, uses several motifs to express his idea throughout the exhibition such as “The Roses of Heliogabalus” by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema and drawings by Alfons Maria Mucha. This exhibition may be interesting for modern art lovers.

HASEO Exhibition on Flowers and Humans―Predators of the city VI: Flowers that change the world
Venue: Ricoh Imaging Square Shinjuku (Galleries I & II)
Date: April 19th 2017-May 1st
Opening hours: 10:30-18:30 (closed at 16:00 on the last day)
Closed: Tuesday
Free of charge

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