- Kazuma Obara
ECHO of 2011: 5 Exhibitions
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Curator: Marina Amada
Nijo-jo Castle Ninomaru Palace Daidokoro Kitchen and Okiyodokoro Kitchen
[Open from 9/23 (Thursday/Public Holiday)]
9:30–17:00 | Closed: 9/18-22, 29, 10/6, 13
* Entrance to Nijo-jo Castle is open until 16:00
Students ¥1,000 (Please present your student ID)
* Nijo-jo Castle entry fee is not included. Must be paid in addition (￥620).
* [For visitors in wheelchairs] The staircase at the exhibition space entrance is dangerous to access in a wheelchair.
Kazuma Obara, no title, 2012 ©️ Kazuma Obara
Kazuma Obara, no title, 2011 ©️ Kazuma Obara
Kazuma Obara, Fill in the blanks, 2020 ©️ Kazuma Obara / National Geographic Society Covid-19 Emergency Fund
He has won numerous international awards, including the World Press Photo Award. In 2020, with a grant from the National Geographic Society of the United States, He started to document the efforts of nurses and caregivers working on the front lines of the corona pandemic. In KYOTOGRAPHIE 2021, two series will be exhibited, one that follows Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant workers in charge of decommissioning the plant, and the other focusing on medical and long-term care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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- Nijo-jo Castle
- 541, Nijojo-cho, Nijo-dori Horikawa Nishi-iru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto
Subway Tozai Line “Nijojo-mae” station. 5 min on foot from Exit 1