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Tomohiro Ogawa

Photographer in Nagano

Beyond the Lens

PRESENTED ON NOV 22, 2017
IN TOKYO @ VOL 152

Tomohiro Ogawa, Nagano-based photographer, seeks always in his photos to understand the inner detail of his subject's history, emotions, and significance. In this presentation Ogawa-san will present and explain his images of Cambodian children.

長野をベースに活動する写真家の小川智弘さんは、被写体がもつ歴史や感情、意義などの内面を理解し、それを写真として具現化することを試みています。今回、カンボジアで撮影した子供達の写真をプレゼンテーションしてくださいます。小川さんが解釈した、現地の子供達の姿を拝見できるのが楽しみです!

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