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Naoki Ishikawa exhibition

6/3/2022 〜 7/31/2022

Following in the wakes of South Pacific seafarers Naoki Ishikawa voyaged to the forests of New Zealand's North Island. These virgin forests have been carefully passed down by the indigenous Maori as their sacred lands. "THE VOID," a collection of Naoki Ishikawa's work published by Knee High Media in 2005. The book was the starting point for his career as a photographer. We hope that this exhibition provides a chance to revisit what it means to live in harmony with nature, through the forests cherished and preserved by the Maori which he captured in the images that make up "THE VOID".


Naoki Ishikawa × and wander × CORDURA
To commemorate this exhibition, collaboration items made of CORDURA material featuring prints of works from “THE VOID” series will be on sale. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to a forest conservation organization in New Zealand.

Concurrently, a large-scale work of “THE VOID” is exhibited at and wander MARUNOUCHI.
Shin-Tokyo Building 1F, 3-3-1  Marunochi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 11:00〜20:00

Naoki Ishikawa
Born in Tokyo, 1977.  Photographer. Completed doctoral program of the Graduate School of Fine Arts at Tokyo University of the Arts. He has traveled and exhibited his work in all sorts of places, from the remote to the urban. He received the Ken Domon Award for “CORONA” (Seidosha) in 2010 and the Writer’s Prize of the Photographic Society of Japan Award for “Marebito” (Shogakukan) and “EVEREST” (CCC Media House) in 2020. His many books include “The Last Adventurer” (Shueisha), which won the Ken Kaiko Nonfiction Award, and “Creating Constellations on the Ground” (Shinchosha).

Naoki Ishikawa exhibition
3F&4F 22-8, Motoyoyogi-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 12:00〜19:00 (Closed at 17:00 on the last day.)

A Gallery dedicated to featuring art and products with a specific focus on the outdoors and a respect for culture. Outdoor Gallery is a partnership between And Wander clothing and Papersky magazine.