Tomoko Kawai| Tokyo Photographic Art Museum – Contemporary Japanese Photography

Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
Things So Faint But Real
Contemporary Japanese Photography vol. 15

Dec. 1, 2018—Jan. 27, 2019
Eiki Mori,Futoshi Miyagi,Mayumi Hosokura,Fumi Ishino,Tomoko Kawai

Tomoko Kawai| Hajime Narukawa – Artist talk

Things So Faint But Real
Contemporary Japanese Photography vol. 15

Artist talk: Tomoko Kawai and Hajime Narukawa
Tokyo Photographic Art Museum /14 December / 6-7:30pm
Hajime Narukawa is an architect and an associate professor at Keio University who created the most accurate Map of the world “AuthaGraph World Map”.

Tomoko Kawai| Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart Berlin – Book launch

Friends with Books: Art Book Fair Berlin
Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin

19–21 October 2018

Book launch
Tomoko Kawai / On the Origin of Springs/泉の起源について
151 pages 175mm x 250mm
Softcover
English / Japanese
Publisher: Künstlerhaus Bethanien

Tomoko Kawai| Daikanyama photo fair

Daikanyama Photo fair
Contemporary Japanese Photography
28 September, Friday 4-6pm
Eiki Mori, Futoshi Miyagi, Mayumi Hosokura, Tomoko Kawai
Daikanyama Hillside Plaza, Tokyo Japan

Tomoko kawai| Humboldt Universität zu Berlin – Exhibition

Tomoko Kawai [Detour] foto Installation
Mori Ogai Gedenkstätte Humboldt Universität zu Berlin 

2. Juli bis 30. Juli 2018

Tomoko Kawai| Exhibition

Tomoko Kawai
Solo exhibition [On the Origin of Springs]
Künstlerhaus Bethanien
19.Jan-11.Feb.2018
Opening 18.01.2018 7 pm
Kohlfurter Straße 41-43 10999 Berlin

Tomoko Kawai| Künstlerhaus Bethanien

Tomoko Kawai
Solo exhibition [On the Origin of Springs]
Künstlerhaus Bethanien

19.Jan-11.Feb.2018
Opening 18.01.2018 7 pm
Kohlfurter Straße 41-43 10999 Berlin

Tomoko Kawai| Be Magazine – Publication

Be Magazine #24

Tomoko Kawai| Künstlerhaus Bethanien

Tomoko Kawai / Artist in Residence at Künstlerhaus Bethanien

Tomoko Kawai| Books from the future in London – Publication

Contribution to Books from the future
The multiple lives of a blank book is a cross-cultural tale of bookness, blankness and multiplicity, bringing the cinematic genre of documentary fiction to the printed page.

Exhibiton:
14 December 2015 – 4 January 2016
Central Saint Martins in London, England.
The multiple lives of a blank book is part of Bookness: 14 Observations, an exhibition curated by Sheena Calvert.

© 2021 Tomoko Kawai