NU・E: New Selections from 1992-1997 Exhibitions @03FOTOS
2017.1.28 sat.– 2.18 sat.
Closed on Sun and Mon
We are pleased announce our first exhibition of 2017, a solo show by Narahashi Asako entitled NU・E.
At this exhibition, we will show a new selection of her vintage prints from the exhibition series NU・E, which was held 17 times at 03FOTOS from 1992 to 1997.
This is the second time the NU・E series, the starting point of Narahashi Asako’s work, has been shown at The Third Gallery Aya, following an exhibition in 1998.
The spirit of NU・E (nue, a kind of legendary composite animal) visible in the landscape of Japan can only be captured through photography, and years after the series began, we feel strongly the wonder and eeriness of the unique world expressed in Narahashi’s work.
|Born in Tokyo.
Graduated from Waseda University, majoring in art of the faculty of Literature.
Participated in FotoSession in school days.
After graduation, started on one-man shows, opened the foot gallery 03FOTOS.
Lives in Tokyo.
|1998||Newcomer’s Award of the Photographic Society of Japan|
|2003||16th Award of Syashin-no-Kai|
|2008||24th The Higashikawa Prize ; Domestic Photographer Prize|
Selected Solo Exhibition
|2022||NIA. Visual Arts Gallery, Osaka, Japan|
|2021||Drifting but never sinking. IG Photo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
CHIBA FOTO-Sea Side Line. The Historical "Yukari no Ie" House in Inage, Chiba, Japan
|2017||NU・E :New Selections from 1992–1997 Exhibitions @03FOTOS. The Third Gallery Aya, Osaka, Japan|
|2015||Biwako. galleryMain, Kyoto, Japan|
|2013||Horikawa Horizon. Tyukyo University Art Gallery C-Square, Nagoya, Japan|
|2012||seen when too far away ―Amsterdam and Kurohime. photographers’ gallery, Tokyo, Japan
in the plural. Zeit Foto Salon, Tokyo, Japan
|2011||Coming Closer and Getting Further Away. Galerie Wouter van Leeuwen, Amsterdam, Netherland|
|2010||Asako Narahashi. Ilan Engel Gallery, Paris, France|
|2009-10||half awake and half asleep in the water. Gun Galley, Stockholm, Sweden
Coming Closer and Getting Further Away. Tokyo Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
funiculi funicula. Port Gallery T, Osaka, Japan
|2008||half awake and half asleep in the water. Galerie Priska Pasquer, Köln, Germany
another side. Kurenbo, Tokyo, Japan
half awake and half asleep in the water, Yossi Milo Gallery, N.Y.
|2007||half awake and half asleep in the water 06/07. Zeit Foto Salon, Tokyo, Japan|
|2005||half awake and half asleep in the water 04/05. Zeit-Foto Salon, Tokyo, Japan|
|2004||half awake and half asleep in the water, BankART1929. The Holl of Basyamichi, Yokohama, Japan|
|2003||funiculi funicula. photographers’gallery, Tokyo, Japan
half awake and half asleep in the water 2003. il tempo, Tokyo, Japan; traveled to photographers’gallery, Tokyo, Japan
|2002||half awake and half asleep in the water. il tempo, Tokyo, Japan
Kabuki no Kuni 02. photographers’ gallery, Tokyo, Japan
|2001||Recent Works. 03FOTOS, Tokyo, Japan
NU-E’ Misterijas Dokumentalitate. Latvijas Fotografijas Muzejs, Riga, Latvia
|2000||Kabuki no Kuni. Studio Ebis Photo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan|
|1999||NU-E–selected in Tokyo. il tempo, Tokyo, Japan|
|1998||NU-E. The Third Gallery Aya, Osaka, Japan|
|1992–97||NU-E series(17 times). 03FOTOS, Tokyo, Japan|
|1992||Umaretuki no Hiru to Yoru. A part of ASG Garanya Final Exhibitions, Nagoya, Japan|
|1991||Kagetomo. 03FOTOS, Tokyo, Japan|
|1990||Mata Yuku Hito. 03FOTOS, Tokyo, Japan|
|1989||Dawn in Spring (3 times). Gallery Kaido, Tokyo, Japan|
Selected Group Exhibtition
|2021||Paris Photo 2021. Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris, France|
|2018||Paris Photo 2018. Grand Palais, Paris, Japan|
|2015||Mons 2015 / Regards de Femmes. Mons Maison Folie, Mons, Belgium|
|2014||Songs from the Heart. Breda Photo, Breda, Netherland|
|2013–14||A Sense of Place. Pier 24 Photography, San Francisco, CA|
|2013||Edo Pop The Graphic Impact of Japanese Prints. Japan Society Gallery, New York, NY
2 years after, Nature, Art, and Requiem. The Museum of Modern Art, Ibaraki, Mito, Ibaraki
|2012||Sweet & Salt Water and the Dutch. Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherland|
|2010||Troubles de l’objectif. Hospice d’ Havre, Tourcoing, France
Summit of the Six. Vanguard Gallery, Shanghai, China
|2009||Japan meets China–Our Future reflected in Contemporary Art. Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya, Japan|
|2008||Water in Photography. Huis Marseille Museum for Photography, Amsterdam, Netherland|
|2008||Heavy Light. ICP, New York, NY|
|2006||Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan. Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia|
|2002–03||Black Out : Contemporary Japanese Photography. The Japan Foundation, Roma, Italy; traveled to Paris, France; Tokyo, Japan|
|2001–02||Kiss in the Dark. Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan; traveled to Marugame Genichiro Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Marugame, Japan|
|1999||TONPU- 8 photographers in Japan. 051 Gallery, Pusan, Korea|
|1998||Eyes of Women Photographers, A part of Tokyo Photography Month ’98. Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan|
|1998||Photography Today; The Absence of Distance National Film Center, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan|
|1996–2000||main 2 persons-shows (5 times)|
|1995–96||Another Reality; Aspects of Contemporary Photography. Kawasaki City Museum, Kawasaki, Japan|
|2023||In Spring, It's the Dawn. Tokyo: Osiris|
|2018||Gips. Tokyo: Osiris|
|2015||Biwako. Tokyo: CITY RAT press and 03FOTOS|
|2013||Even After. Tokyo: Osiris|
|2012||seen when too far away. Tokyo: Photographers' gallery|
|2009||Coming Closer and Getting Further Away；Asako Narahashi 2009 / 1989. Tokyo: Osiris|
|2007||half awake and half asleep in the water. Paso Robles: Nazraeli Press|
|2003||FUNICULI FUNICULA. Tokyo: Sokyusya|
|1997||NU・E. Tokyo: Sokyusya|
|1996-2000||Ishiuchi, Miyako and Narahashi, Asako. Foto Magazine "main".|
|The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography
San Francisco Modern Museum of Art
J. Paul Getty Museum
Shanghai Art Museum
Hokkaido Higashikawa Town
Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum
Huis Marseille Museum for Photography
Joy of Giving Something Foundation