Exhibition: Japan‘s Masterpieces of Wooden Architecture

Photographs by FUJITSUKA Mitsumasa

Opening

29 November 2018, 7 pm

Duration

2018-11-30 - 2019-02-22

Venue

JDZB

Additional Information

Mon – Thu 10 am – 5 pm, Fri 10 am – 3.30 pm, free admittance


FUJITSUKA Mitsumasa is one of the most favorite Photographers of many designers and architects, among them well-known names as KURAMATA Shirō, MIYAKE Issey, ANDŌ Tadao, YAMAMOTO Riken, KUMA Kengo.  AThe illustrated book on Japanes wooden architecture (Nihon Mokuzō Isan, Texts FUJIMORI Terunobu and KOSHIHARA Mikio, Photo FUJITSUKA Mitsumasa, Sekaibunka-sha Publishing Co. 2014) was the basis of a very successful exhibition on display in Tōkyō and is shown now at the JDZB. In his first foreign exhibition, photographer FUJITSUKA Mitsumasa - who won the special award at the prest...

FUJITSUKA Mitsumasa is one of the most favorite Photographers of many designers and architects, among them well-known names as KURAMATA Shirō, MIYAKE Issey, ANDŌ Tadao, YAMAMOTO Riken, KUMA Kengo. 

AThe illustrated book on Japanes wooden architecture (Nihon Mokuzō Isan, Texts FUJIMORI Terunobu and KOSHIHARA Mikio, Photo FUJITSUKA Mitsumasa, Sekaibunka-sha Publishing Co. 2014) was the basis of a very successful exhibition on display in Tōkyō and is shown now at the JDZB.

In his first foreign exhibition, photographer FUJITSUKA Mitsumasa - who won the special award at the prestigious “2017 Mainichi Design Awards” for his complete works - presents more than 90 photographs of significant wood buildings in Japan.

English version of above mentioned book:
Japan's Wooden Heritage: A Journey through a Thousand Years of Architecture
by: FUJIMORI Terunobu, FUJITSUKA Mitsumasa, KOSHIHARA Mikio
Translation: Hart LARRABEE
Published by: Japan Publishing Industry Foundation for Culture (JPIC), Tōkyō 2017

Cooperation with:

Supported by :

ANA - All Nippon Airways

Opening

29 November 2018, 7 pm

Duration

2018-11-30 - 2019-02-22

Venue

JDZB

Additional Information

Mon – Thu 10 am – 5 pm, Fri 10 am – 3.30 pm, free admittance


Information

Cooperation with: Japan Cultural Institute Cologne (The Japan Foundation), Berlin University of the Arts (UdK)