Alexey AmelyushkinAlexey Amelyushkin
The exhibition is a joint project of seven artists from Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, New Zealand and Russia.
South Korean mezzozint printmaker, Kim Seungyeon studied painting at the State University of New York and staged around 35 solo exhibitions in Seoul, New York, Tokyo, Sydney, Los Angeles, Ljubljana and Ekaterinburg.
Last year Kim won the second prize at the 17th France Sarcelle International Print Biennial.
Japanese photographer, Katsuhito Nakazato is famous for his pictures of vanishing areas of Tokyo, as well as Japanese caves and coasts.
“I managed to see the darkest nights, that is nights without light and color that blur the sense of reality,” says Katsuhito. “Shadows swallowed me, and I couldn't separate myself from the darkness around me.”
South Korean street art photographer, Junku Nishimura likes to capture images of pubs and popular night hangouts for young people in the Shinjuku and Shibuya areas of Tokyo.
Taiwanese artist Chiayu Lee uses a handmade camera lens. He has staged exhibitions in Japan, South Korea and China.
Alexey Amelyushkin took up photography as a hobby 10 years ago. He focuses on people and architecture.
“The installation is a house, where the glass windows are replaced with retro-reflecting panels,” says Russian installation artist Alexander Golinsky.
The exhibition also has time-lapse pictures by New Zealand-based astro-photographer , Mark Gee.
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