To kick off the 2019 fall art season, Miyako Yoshinaga presents its second solo exhibition of works by Mikiko Hara, an award-winning Japanese artist known for her square-format snapshot photography. In Hara’s latest series Kyrie – the title of which is inspired by its mystic sound rather than its origin in Christianity – the artist’s intuitive eye taps into hidden narratives behind seemingly mundane moments in the suburbs of Tokyo. Hara utilizes a classic film camera to unassumingly approach her subjects at close range. Speaking on her work, Hara says, “There is no set theme; I’m not trying to communicate...
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