TOKYO PHOTOGRAPHIC RESEARCH is a project founded by the photographer Taisuke Koyama and the curator Junya Yamamine to plan, manage, and execute a lateral and organic collaboration by artists, curators, designers, and researchers. Projects revolving around the theme of Tokyo led by artists who render each of their multifaceted studies on various relevant matters of today — including cultures engendered by the progress of contemporary technology and media environment — via photography and video will continue to be released on its website up to autumn 2020. It also plans to implement offline programs, including talk events and special projects, in the aims to serve as a platform fostering an exchange of various perspectives.
KOYAMA TAISUKE (Photographer)
YAMAMINE JUNYA (Curator)
FUKAI SAWAKO (Producer)
FUKAI ATSUSHI (Editor)
ODA EMIRI (Planner)
HASHIZUME SO (Creative Director / Graphic Designer)
HAGIWARA SHUNYA (Web Designer / Programmer)
IIOKA RIKU (Curator)
ITO TAKAHIRO (Tokyo Photographic Art Museum / Curator)
SUNAYAMA TAICHI (Architect / Artist)
HAMANAKA ATSUSHI (twelvebooks)
AMINO NAO（torch press / Editor）
HIGASHI NAOKO（Tokyo Art Book Fair / Editor）
Premium Corporate Supporters:
MITSUBISHI ESTATE CO., LTD.
THE OMY LANDLORDS COUNCIL
Supported by Arts Council Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture
In association with Culture Vision Japan Foundation Inc.
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