Based on Japanese photographer Mikiko Hara’s recent book Change, this exhibition features twenty of her color photographs spanning over two decades from 1996 to 2009. Hara’s square color snapshots involve no noticeable high drama. Her portraits – men and women, adults, adolescents, and children are often alone hovering in the bay of everydayness: a schoolgirl at a train platform, mother and...
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