Naoya Hatakeyama and Hubertus von Amelunxen in Conversation

Seminar, in English and Japanese, Paul Desmarais Theatre, 27 September 2007

A conversation between Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama and CCA visiting curator Hubertus von Amelunxen on the exhibition Naoya Hatakeyama: Scales.

Commissioned by the CCA, Naoya Hatakeyama created three photographic series of architectural models that challenge notions of scale and the perception of reality. He speaks about the series in the context of his work, and about the photographs from the CCA Collection that inspired them.

Naoya Hatakeyama is one of Japan’s leading photographers. Since the mid-eighties, the Tokyo-based artist has created a body of work concerned largely with the relationship between nature and cities.

Naoya Hatakeyama: Scales is the fourth and concluding exhibition in the Tangent series, which seeks to bring contemporary artists into dialogue with the CCA Collection.

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Naoya Hatakeyama in conversation with Hubertus von Amelunxen
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