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Comodo arts project Yukio Nakamura /Takuya Nakamura Photography Exhibition Eternal Sea, 27,000 hours of journey

Period

2019/9/21 (Sat) 〜2019/10/27 (Sun)

Venue

Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art

Ticket Fee

Valid tickets during the period (general and university students): 900 yen
valid ticket (high school and junior high school students): 800 yen
(tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content We introduce the half-century of Yukio Nakamura who has been taking pictures of the sea of the world together. Works such as the original size of the first landing in Kyushu "mother and child of humpback whales" appeared. He also exhibited works by takuya Nakamura, his son who has been photographing the sea in Henoko for 20 years. We will deliver the message from the sea and the way of life of parents and children who are in the sea.
Performances Homepage http://www.museum.pref.kumamoto.jp
Appearance Yukio Nakamura ? Takuya Nakamura
Staff
Schedule <Period>
2019/9/21 (Sat) 〜2019/10/27 (Sun)


<Schedule>
From Saturday, September 21 to Sunday, October 27
9:30 to 17:15 (admission is 16:45)
closed monday (the next day if closed)
Ticket Fee Valid tickets during the period (general and university students): 900 yen
valid ticket (high school and junior high school students): 800 yen
(tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art
Remarks
Organizations Overview Born in 1945 in Katagami City, Akita Prefecture. At the age of 19, he began underwater photography by himself and became a freelancer at the age of 31 after working in photography production. In 1977, he dived into Tokyo Bay for the first time and was impressed by the living things that live vigorously in the sea of hedro, and has been working on it as a life's work ever since. He has experienced a number of news reports and took a scoop in the newspapers. Through publications, television, radio, lectures and various media, he conveys the charm of the sea and the activities of people around the sea. Major awards include the 13th Kimura Ihei Photography Award, the 28th Kodansha Publishing Culture Award, the 26th Domon Ken Award, and the 2007 Japan Photographic Association Annual Award.
Photographer Seio Nakamura Official Page (http://www.squall.co.jp><>>>br;>>Anamuratakuya.com/>Anamura-Ya.
At the age of 10, he was fascinated by diving and underwater photography in the Kerama Islands in Okinawa. I have been going to the sea of Henoko for more than a year by taking a picture of life work. He writes columns, lectures, and advisors to camera manufacturers on the theme of the drama of life in the underwater world. Recently, he has appeared on television, radio, and events, and has often mentioned environmental issues, including the sea in Okinawa. Papua New Guinea Diving Ambassador, Member of the Japan Photographers Association
Underwater Photographer Takuya Nakamura's home page ( http://www.t-nakamura.com/index.html

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