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New Japanese Photography at the Doomed Gallery this weekend

What do Daisuke Yokota, Go Itami and Kenji Hirasawa have in common? They’re all showing work at an exciting but fleeting exhibition of emerging Japanese photographers at Doomed Gallery this week. Featuring a photobook showcase, a projection of images by nearly 100 photographers, and installations by Itami and Hirasawa plus Daisuke Nakashima, Hiroshi Takizawa, Mai Narita, Naohiro Utagawa and Yukihito Kono, New Japanese Photography opens with a private view and party from 6pm on 22 January, and closes on 25 January. The gallery is open from 4pm-8pm on Friday and from 12pm-8pm on Saturday and Sunday; Naohiro Utagawa and Yukihito Kono will be at the gallery on the opening night for a book signing. The exhibition is curated by Space Cadet, an online gallery launched by Masayoshi Suzuki in 2011, and Stay Alone, a platform and publishing house for artists launched by photographers Suguru Ryuzaki and Yukihito Kono in 2013. The curators hope to show the vibrancy of the contemporary Japanese photography scene, they say, moving it out of the long shadow cast by the 1960s Provoke movement. Doomed Gallery is based at 65-67 Ridley Road, …


AOP Awards and expo

Get down to the Business Design Centre, Islington, London from 11-13 December to see cutting-edge technology and the AOP Awards exhibition. This year is the 31st anniversary of the awards, which have been expanded to 21 categories and were judged by luminaries such as Rankin, Tom Stoddart, Daniel Moorey (from Adam&EveDDB), Sarah Thomson (from Fallon) and Sarah Pascoe (from BBH). The two-level exhibition includes images from all the finalists in all 21 categories, including both AOP members and non-members. The Awards will be announced at a ceremony/party from 6pm-late on Thursday 11 December; tickets cost £20 for AOP members and £25 for non-members. This year the Awards are accompanied by a trade fair on 12 and 13 December, including cutting edge camera gear, new products and services for professional photographers from companies such as Linhof, Leica, Fujifilm and Direct Photographic. The event also includes a talks programme, with presentations from photographers such as Tim Flach and Matt Stuart, and from industry experts such as The Print Space’s Stuart Waplington. For more information, click here.


BJP Staff