public dates

2017 

Shiseido Gallery April 4(Tue) — May 28(Sun), 2017

Hatakeyama presents a series of photos, Thamesmead, 2010, on the subject of the Thamesmead housing developments built outside London in the 60s and 70s, paired with a poem by Mukul composed from real estate advertisements from the same time. Hatakeyama also exhibits photographs of Genpei Akasegawa’s atelier taken in January this year.

Tsubaki-kai 2017 –Shoshin–

— Genpei Akasegawa, Naoya Hatakeyama, Rei Naito, Zon Ito, Ryoko Aoki, and Yasutake Shimaji 

          

2010 London dates

OPEN STUDIO
22 October 2010, 16h-20h
ambient.space, 76 Regent Studios, 8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN

"A photograph carries a message from nature […] If I continue to trace lines in the city in due course, considerate people should appear and begin to draw new lines, […] lines fit to become rich metaphors equal to things in nature." [N. Hatakeyama] 

The Open Studio is an opportunity to meet informally with the artists at ambient.space studios. All (ages) welcome.    

          

EXHIBITION & ARTIST TALK

SCALES: Photographys by Naoya Hatakeyama 
EXHIBITION 14 Oct - 15 Dec 2010 
ARTIST TALK 15 Oct, 16h - 18h (booking essential) 
Daiwa Foundation Japan House, 13-14 Cornwall Terrace, London NW1 4QP

The Artist Talk on the 15th will be chaired by Prof. Chris Wainwright, Head of Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Colleges at the University of the Arts. Naoya Hatakeyama will be in conversation with Charlotte Cotton, Creative Director of the National Media Museum. Places are limited so please call the Daiwa Foundation on 020 7486 4348 to book. 

-> Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation

FUTURE BEAUTY: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion 
15 Oct 2010 - 06 Feb 2011 
Barbican Art Gallery, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS 

A survey of avant-garde Japanese fashion, from the early 1980s to now. 
The section 'Flatness' explores the simple geometries and interplay of flatness and volume in the work of Issey Miyake and Rei Kawakubo, and includes a series of specially commissioned photographs by Naoya Hatakeyama.

-> Barbican Art Gallery