Together with the likes of Issei Suda, Masao Mochizuki belongs to the fourth generation of students of the Tokyo College of Photography, a school that has produced numerous prominent photographers. Even though he hadn’t made particularly noteworthy achievements in the 1970s-80s, a time when Japanese photographers were celebrated around the world, his one-man exhibition “Television” in 1998 received a lot of attention also in the West, and a book with the same title that was published in 2001 finally catapulted him to international fame.
Exhibitions of Masao MOCHIZUKI
Kenji ISHIGURO, Kou INOSE, Tenmei KANOH, Seiji KURATA, Issei SUDA, Eikoh HOSOE, Masao MOCHIZUKI, Daido MORIYAMA
Closed on Monday, Tuesday and 4.29-5.8
*Akio Nagasawa Gallery Ginza is temporary closed on Sunday, May 13th, 2018.
Publications of Masao MOCHIZUKI