Osamu James Nakagawa in Photography to End All Photography

August 31 - December 30, 2018

Osamu James Nakagawa's Banta series will be featured in the Brandts Museum for Kunst & Visuel Kultur in Copenhagen for the Photography Biennale 2018. He will be showing prints from Banta that are larger and "hyper real"  than previously exhibited images. The Pho­tog­ra­phy Bi­en­nale 2018's title, Photography to End All Photography, focuses on "post-pho­to­graphic pho­tography." The par­tic­i­pat­ing artists all cre­ate amaz­ing pho­tographs that are al­most impossi­ble to dis­tin­guish from re­al­ity. But on closer in­spec­tion, the pho­tos re­veal the most sur­pris­ing de­tails that make us doubt whether we can en­tirely trust our own eyes.

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Brandts Museum for Kunst & Visuel Kultur
5000 Odense, Copenhagen

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Osamu James Nakagawa at the Grunwald Gallery at Indiana University

October 13th - November 16th, 2017

Osamu James Nakagawa's work will be on view at A Shared Eelegy at the Grunwald Gallery, Indiana University. A 112-page book accompanying the exhibition will be published and distributed through Indiana University Press.

A Shared Elegy presents the work of four photographers connected by family ties. Osamu James Nakagawa and his uncle, Takayuki Ogawa, and Elijah Gowin and his father, Emmet Gowin, present unique but overlapping visions recording family histories.

A Shared Elegy
Grunwald Gallery, Indiana University

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Sunil Gupta Talk and Gallery Tour

20 September- 31 October 2017


A major exhibition of works by Sunil Gupta featuring works from 1984 onwards from the series, “Homelands,” “Exiles,” “The New Pre-Raphelites,” and “Ten Year On.”

Sunil Gupta will be hosting a talk and gallery tour at the Peltz Gallery, Tuesday, October 31, 2017 (Event Brite Link for Tickets)

In Pursuit of Love 
Birkbeck, School of Arts
43 Gordon Square London WC1H 0PD

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sepiaEYE Artists at CITY PANORAMA 2016

May 2016


Images by Annu Palakunnathu Matthew and Osamu James Nakagawa have been selected to be a part of Seattle’s 2016 City Panorama. These works will be installed in King County Metro shelters for up to 10 years.

Various Locations, Seattle
This public art project is now in its sixth year, and has successfully continued to bring beauty and art to public spaces via this partnership with King County Metro and the Photographic Center Northwest (PCNW).

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