1. Marie Muracciole & Rinko Kawauchi - Platform Mutations - Paris Photo 2011

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    The world is changing, so is photography. Through these exchanges and events, in 4 days, Paris Photo is exploring different aspects of these changes and their links to the medium: Geography (on Thursday), Technology (on Friday), Society and Media (on Saturday), and the Body (on Sunday). For its 15th edition, the Paris Photo Platform invites you to a daily noontime encounter with a special guest hosted by Chantal Pontbriand ”Noontime Encounters”), meetings with artists (“Artists Views”), and a series of round-table discussions with artists, critics, curators, collectors, as well as performances linked to photography... This conversation between Marie Muracciole & Rinko Kawauchi happened on friday 11 november during the Technology's day. Artists’ Views (interviews with three artists) by Marie Muracciole, art critic and curator, Paris Artists : Pierre Leguillon, Rinko Kawauchi, Penelope Umbrico

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    • Rinko Kawauchi and Lesley A. Martin on Illuminance

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      In this clip, Japanese photographer Rinko Kawauchi speaks about the work from her Aperture monograph, Illuminance, with Aperture publisher and editor of the book, Lesley A. Martin. Kawauchi explains how she is interested in revealing the universal cycles of life through the ordinary existence of her family. She also touches on the sequencing and the palette of her images, how they express her own half-awake, half-asleep reality. Finally, they discuss the collaboration process in making this hybrid book combining both Japanese and Western influences. This excerpt is edited from a conversation between Rinko Kawauchi and Lesley A. Martin which took place at Aperture Gallery on May 18, 2011, on the occasion of the release of Kawauchi's monograph, Illuminance. In 2001, Rinko Kawauchi launched her career with the simultaneous publication of three astonishing photo-books—Utatane, Hanabi, and Hanako—firmly establishing her as one of the most innovative newcomers to contemporary photography, not just in Japan, but across the globe. Kawauchi’s work has frequently been lauded for its nuanced palette and offhand compositional mastery, as well as her wonder-inspiring, deliberate attention to tiny gestures and the incidental details of her everyday environment. In Illuminance, Kawauchi continues her exploration of the extraordinary in the mundane, drawn to the fundamental cycles of life and the seemingly inadvertent, fractal-like organization of the natural world into formal patterns. This impressive compilation of previously unpublished images is proof of Kawauchi’s unparalleled sensibility and her ongoing appeal to the photography lovers. RINKO KAWAUCHI (born in Shiga, Japan, 1972) studied graphic design and photography at Seian Junior College of Art and Design. Among her awards and accolades are the 1997 Grand Prix Prize at the Guardian Garden’s 9th Hitotsubo Exhibition, the 27th Ihei Kimura Photography Award in 2002, and the 2009 International Center of Photography Infinity Award in Art. She has had solo exhibitions at Fondation Cartier, Paris; Photographers’ Gallery, London; Galleria Carla Sozzani, Milan; Hasselblad Center, Göteborg, Sweden; and Museum of Modern Art, São Paulo, among other international venues. Kawauchi lives and works in Tokyo.

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      • Rinko Kawauchi, Approaching Whiteness

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        APPROACHING WHITENESS by Rinko Kawauchi is a scroll-format photobook with nine different theme variations. The total combined size of the edition is 300 scrolls. Each scroll is stamped by the Artist. For more information and ordering, visit http://www.goliga.com/rinko/ Direction and Photography by Akiko Nishimura Music by VOQ

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        • TurnOnArt TV Episode 4 | Meeting the curator: Elena Foster

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          In the fourth episode of TurnOnArt TV we sneak into the press preview of the exhibition 'ToledoContemporánea', curated by Elena Foster, the show offers a contemporary view of the city of Toledo: of its past, present and future realities. Music: 'Gentle Threat' by Chilly Gonzales Video: nomerosprimos.com www.turnonart.com www.ivorypress.com

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          • Samira Kafala (en)

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            • Pauline Sauveur (fr)

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              • Denis Dalmasso (fr)

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                • Rinko Kawauchi

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                  Rinko Kawauchi in conversation with Martin Parr about her Photoworks commission, 'Murmuration', for the Brighton Photo Biennial 2010. Produced by Junk TV, Brighton.

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                  • 4. Fotofestival: Kunsthalle Mannheim

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                    Impressions of the contemporary fotography exhibition "4th Foto festival: The eye is a lonely hunter: Images of humankind" from 10.09.2011 to 06.11.2011 at the Kunsthalle Mannheim... read more in German: Impressionen der Ausstellung "4. Fotofestival - The eye is a lonely hunter: Images of humankind" vom 10.09.2011 bis 06.11.2011 in der Kunsthalle Mannheim. Die ganze Menschheit soll es sein: Die Mammut-Schau in drei Städten zielt auf ein Porträt des gesamten Planeten. Das gelingt ihr triumphal mit klugem Konzept und souveräner Bild-Auswahl aus allen Kulturen. Einen ausführlichen Beitrag finden Sie bei "Kunst+Film": http://kunstundfilm.de/2011/10/4-fotofestival-the-eye-is-a-lonely-hunter-images-of-humankind/

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