• January 10, 2017
    Daan van Golden Born in Rotterdam (February 4, 1936), DVG sadly passed away today (January 10, 2017) From his book and exhibition, Apperception From his solo exhibition, Made in Tokyo (MISAKO & ROSEN, 2014)
  • Found photograph from Chim^Pom's exhibition, "So see you again tomorrow, too" Oct 15 – 31st, 2016
    November 14, 2016
    I ended up drinking with a blind journalist out drinking by himself in Golden Gai. Ever notice the braille imprinted on subway hand rails? I now see it everywhere, capping the end of ironmongery and edge of information desks. An old man broke wind in the middle of the supermarket today. I couldn’t help but laugh

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  • Rineke Dijkstra
    November 9, 2016
    December (Playback 1 & 2) at Misako & Rosen is a 2-part show celebrating the galleries 10th anniversary. It showcases artists that Misako and Jeffrey have worked with during their gallery’s first 10 years, as well as elsewhere at other galleries in Tokyo and Los Angeles. Focusing on a generation of artists that came into prominence

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  • November 4, 2016
    In a secret location over looking the street life below, Spew look at their best. They’re surrounded by effectors and sequencers, peddles and dum pads all tethered together squeezing out a shrill and squawk of looped noise. The room is in transition. It’s just not in use today. The mother of a Spew member owns the bar,

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  • October 20, 2016
    “Ways to Investigate an Unknown Thing: Kishio Suga and the Enduring Nature of Mono-ha” for Mousse Magazine #55 (English, Italian)
  • October 19, 2016
  • October 12, 2016
    3 photographs are featured in the August issue of TOKYO/JAPAN published by Einstein Studio and available here.
  • Paolo Davanzo (Echo Park Film Center) splicing film together at Tokyo's Blum&Poe Gallery.
    8mm
    October 5, 2016
    Earlier this year, along with a dozen other filmmakers Paolo, Lisa and nephew Max came from LA to Tokyo and ran a one day film workshop—a day in the life of the city. After plotting routes and planning teams, each filmmaker was met at a strategic point to then shoot a minute of film, editing

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  • September 1, 2016
    A girl threw up on the train this evening. Like Moses parting the Red Sea, the packed train quickly sub-divided pulling back through carriages without anyone uttering a single word. The only real sound—apart from moving train that is—was the ‘gushing’ she made as she wretched, ridding herself of whatever it was she had. With

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  • August 28, 2016
    Notes to hair dressers. the infinite queue. Shopping centres that close and yet still operate.terminal buildings, the edge of town. sadness.cash receipts with pin codes and sifting-systems in place, in order and in procedure. Headaches. The building at the ‘end of the line’ that turns into an overgrown canal.the green and ‘luscious jackson’, far from

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