Please join Rohan Hutchinson for an informal discussion on his exhibition ‘Kanazawa Study’ at CF Gallery this Saturday August 11, at 2pm.

The exhibition runs until September 1st, 2012.

 

Rohan Hutchinson, Material Survey, 2012, C-type print, 144.5cm x 121cm, edition of 1/5

 

Kanazawa Study media release

Rohan’s new exhibition ‘Kanazawa Study’ explores how the difference in architectural design and materials has changed throughout diverse time frames and class systems in the Kanazawa region, Japan. Captured using a 8×10 inch view camera, the work posits the aesthetic differences between architecture from the Edo period, being the living and working condition for the Royalty, Geisha and Merchants, to today’s contemporary spaces. The work is a rare insight into contemporary Japan, resulting in a 500-year overview of architectural practice within the region, presented in a varying selection of large-scale virtual architectural realms. This exhibition is not just for the lovers of art and photography but also those with an interest in Japan and architecture.

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