Yoshitaka Goto Exhibition “Journey to UNKNOWN”
Yoshitaka Goto Exhibition "Journey to UNKNOWN"
2020.4.10 fri. - 4.26 sun.
Open only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays（4/10, 11,12,17.18.19,2425.26) 13:00〜19:00
Opening Reception 4.10（Fri）18:00〜20:00
Notice: Postponement of THE STORIES Exhibition Due to the Outbreak of the New Coronavirus This exhibition has been postponed due to the outbreak of the new coronavirus. We will keep you posted on the DMOARTS website, Facebook, Instagram, etc. for further details and updates. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
An Invitation to an Unknown Journey
Yoshitaka Goto has been traveling from Asia to Europe and the United States, creating unique landscape photographs that transcend time and space, making full use of the photographic expression of "multiple exposure". This exhibition will be a record of his "journey into the unknown".
Film Photographer / Lomographer. 2008, he met Lomography, a film camera.
Inspired by users who enjoy taking pictures without being bound by stereotypes, he has immersed himself in analog techniques such as multiple exposures and cross-process development, always thinking about how he can express the world of computer graphics and science fiction movies using analog techniques.
His works have been exhibited in solo shows in Tokyo and Osaka, and have also been used as artwork for advertisements and other media.
On the other hand, he is also a guest lecturer at vocational schools and a guest at workshops and talk sessions.
Multiple exposure photography experience with an instant camera. Reservations not required.
We will take portraits of those who wish to have their portraits taken with multiple exposures (3 photos for 1,000 yen). (3 photos for 1,000 yen) You can take the photos home with you.
Yoshitaka Goto Explanatory Tour of His Works Every Saturday, 15:00-16:00, Listener: Sumihiro Taniguchi (DMOARTS)
The artist himself will explain about his unique photographic expression that overlaps two different landscapes in front of his works. The artist himself will explain about his unique photographic expression in which two different landscapes overlap in front of his work. No reservation required. Participation during the session is also possible.
THE STORIES （1-7-13, Nakazakinishi 1-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka）
3 minute walk from Nakazakicho Station (Exit 4) on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line