Member's Print Viewing & Reception for Kōzō Miyoshi: Middle of the Road
Join us for a members print viewing showcasing works from across Miyoshi’s career. The viewing brings together photographs made during Miyoshi’s time as CCP artist-in-residence—depicting Tucson streets, homes, and residents, pueblo-style churches, and cowboys—as well as photographs of Miyoshi’s native Japan—street portraits, images of botanical gardens, and works from a series documenting the aftermath of the 2011 quake and tsunami that led to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. Miyoshi will lead a conversation about his work, his time at the Center, and his unique relationship to the desert Southwest as an artist living and working in Japan. After the print viewing, stay for a reception with the artist in the Center’s lobby.
RSVP is required for this event. Please contact Brit Palomarez at 520-621-2625 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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After the reception there will be a public lecture given by Kōzō Miyoshi in our Auditorium from 4 to 5:30 pm.
Kōzō Miyoshi is a Japanese photographer whose work is in the collections of The Art Museum, Princeton University; The Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona; The George Eastman Museum; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo; Hallmark Collection, Kansas City, Missouri; Nihon University, Tokyo; and Tokyo Photographic Art Museum. The Center for Creative Photography published Far East and Southwest: The Photography of Kōzō Miyoshi in 1994. In the Road, a collection of Miyoshi’s photographs of Route 66, was published by Nazraeli Press in 1999. In 2011, Miyoshi released Northeast Earthquake Disaster Tsunami 2011, a portfolio of photographs of the aftermath of the 2011 quake and tsunami that devastated Japan’s northeast coast and caused the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. A selection of photographs from the portfolio was included in In the Wake: Japanese Photographers Respond to 3/11, a 2015 exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.