Takashi Homma

NEW WAVES, 2005

NEW WAVES, 2005

C-print with Plexiglas
39 3/4 x 49 1/2 in / 100 x 125 cm
FRAMED

NEW WAVES, 2003

NEW WAVES, 2003

C-print with Plexiglas
39 3/4 x 49 1/2 in / 100 x 125 cm

Takashi_NEW-WAVES

Takashi_NEW-WAVES

NEW WAVES, 2000

NEW WAVES, 2000

C-print with Plexiglas
47 1/4 x 59 1/8 in / 120 x 150 cm
FRAMED

NEW WAVES, 2008

NEW WAVES, 2008

C-print with Plexiglas
39 3/4 x 49 1/2 in / 100 x 125 cm

Born in Tokyo, Japan 1962
Lives and works in Tokyo, Japan

Education

1982–85
Nihon University (Department of Photography Award)

1999
24th Kimura Ihei Memorial Photography Award

Solo exhibitions

2013
Untitled, Gallery G, Hiroshima (forthcoming)
Pinhole Revolution / Architecture
, TARO NASU, Tokyo
NEW WAVES 2000–2013, Longhouse Projects, New York, NY

2012
mushrooms from the forest, blind gallery, Tokyo
MORE Mushroom,The Cave, Tokyo
Takashi Homma New Documentary, Maugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Kagawa, Japan
New Waves, Gallery 360°, Tokyo

2011
Takashi Homma New Documentary, Kanazawa 21th Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa/ Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Japan
IN OUR NATURE, Mitsubishi-Jisho ARTIUM, Fukuoka, Japan

2010
Vedove/Windows, Antico Castello sul Mare, Rapallo, Italy (Rapallo Fotografia Contemporanea, 4a edizione)
New Waves 2010, 1223 Gendaikaiga, Tokyo
M, Gallery 360°, Tokyo

Group Exhibitions

2014
You reach out - right now - for something: Questions the Concept of Fashion, organized by Mito Arts Foundation, Art Tower Mito, Mito-shi, Ibaraki, Japan

2013
Ryosen, POST, Tokyo
Memories of town, Yokosuka Museum of Art, Kanagawa

2012
Japan in Spring, Kunstverein Leverkusen, Leverkusen, Germany
Double Vision: Contemporary Art From Japan, Moscou Museum of Modern Art, Moscou; Haifa Museum of Art, Israel
Paddestoelen Paradijs, Mediamatic Bank, Amsterdam
The Month of Photography 2012, FUJIFILM PHOTO SALON, Tokyo

2010
Asia Spectrum at Daegu Photo Biennale 2010, Daegu Culture and Arts Center, Daegu, Korea

Films

Takashi Homma Suburban Landscapes Films, four short 16 mm films in color,
10 minutes each. Directed by Takashi Homma, poduced and distributed by Little More, Tokyo. 1: How to Jiu-jitsu, 1998
2: A New Home Town, 1998
3: A Wonder Flying Saucer / Fake or Love?, 1998
4: A Wonder Flying Saucer 2 / Fake or Love?, 1999

kiwamete yoi fukei [Extremely Good Landscapes], 2004. 16 mm film in color,
40 minutes. Directed by Takashi Homme, poduced by and distributed by Little More, Tokyo; Slow Learner, Tokyo

Publications

2013
NEW WAVES 2000-2013. "Cresting: A Series of Remarks on Takashi Homma's New Waves," essay by David LaRocca. Tokyo: 1223 Gendaikaiga.

2012
Tanoshii shashin 2 [Fun Photography] Portrait Mikako Ichikawa, Tokyo: Heibonsha
Old Folk Crafts: The Way Ahead -Kazumi Sakata's 40 years, exhibition catalogue; 3 October - 25 November, 2012, The Shoto Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan.
Preserved, between the books (Works by Katsuya Kamo and Photos by Takashi Homma)
mushrooms from the forest 2011, exhibition catalogue, 17 December – 19 February 2012, blind gallery, Tokyo, JP

2011
Takashi Homma New Documentary, Tokyo: The Asahi Shimbun

2010
M, exhibition catalogue, Gallery 360°, Tokyo
Nursery, exhibition catalogue, Nursey, Nieves, Zurich
Vedove/Widows, Fantombooks/Boiler Corporation, Milan

Public Collections

Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, JP
21st Century of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, JP
The Miyagi Museum of Art, Miyagi, JP
Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland