Mika Ninagawa: Plant a Tree

Sat Apr 21 - Sat Jun 2, 2012 Tomio Koyama Gallery
© Mika Ninagawa

Time Out says

Photographer Mika Ninagawa took all of the images compiled in last year's limited-edition Plant a Tree book in the course of a single, three-hour session on the banks of Meguro River during cherry blossom season, then entrusted the images to designer and editor Satoshi Machiguchi. If you didn't manage to get a copy of the book (hey, there were only 700 copies printed), you can see some of the pics at this exhibition, the timing of which – opening just after this year's hanami season has finished – lends it added poignancy. Ninagawa herself will be there for a talk session on the opening day, from 5.30pm.

Details

Open Apr 21-June 2 Closed Sun, Mon & hols

Time Tue-Sat noon-7pm

Admission Free

Venue Tomio Koyama Gallery

Address 7F, 1-3-2 Kiyosumi, Koto-ku, Tokyo

Transport Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Station (Hanzomon, Oedo lines), exit A3

Map

Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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