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Koichiro Kurita

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2016

Koichiro Kurita, <i>Floating Leaves</i>, 1998

Koichiro Kurita, Floating Leaves, 1998

Koichiro Kurita at the Farnsworth: From the Smallest Leaf

From the Smallest Leaf features Koichiro Kurita’s Maine photographs taken in his inimitable style. The selection on view of these timeless hand-made prints encompass Kurita’s philosophic view of nature, “Chi Sui Ki” (terrasphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere), and how the borders of these realms share with one another and ourselves.

April 16 – September 11, 2016
Koichiro Kurita: From the Smallest Leaf
Farnsworth Art Museum


2015

Koichiro Kurita, <i>The Window Side, Montville, ME</i>, 2013

Koichiro Kurita, The Window Side, Montville, ME, 2013

Koichiro Kurita in a Marc Feustel Article

Founder of the photography blog, eyecurious and independent curator, Marc Feustel talks about contemporary photographers working in the salted print medium and talks about Kurita’s process and the Beyond Spheres project. The article is in tandem with their exhibition, “Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840 – 1860.”

15 May 2015
“Salt in the age of the pixel”
by Marc Feustel
Tate
Read Full Article (PDF)


2013

Koichiro Kurita, <i>Montville, Maine,</i> August 2011

Koichiro Kurita, Montville, Maine, August 2011

Koichiro Kurita “Beyond Spheres” exhibition & talks at Tenri Cultural Institute

Koichiro Kurita will be showing a selection of his new work from Beyond Spheres at the Tenri Cultural Institute. Programing includes presentations by Jonathan Kline (Calotype Process), Edward Earl (ICP), and Anna Strickland (RISD). Moderated by Esa Epstein.

1-3 December 2013
Beyond Spheres
Tenri Cultural Institute
43A West 13th Street
New York, NY


Koichiro Kurita, <i>Rock on Gonnet, Lozere, France, Chi Sui Ki,</i> 1995

Koichiro Kurita, Rock on Gonnet, Lozere, France, Chi Sui Ki, 1995

Koichiro Kurita at the Parrish Art Museum

Artists Choose Artists is the Parrish Art Museum’s ongoing, juried exhibition that celebrates artists on the East End and the dynamic relationships uniting the area’s creative community. For this exhibition, seven distinguished East End artists served as jurors, each making two selections from 300 online submissions and subsequent studio visits.

A reflection of the region’s unique heritage as an artist colony, Artists Choose Artists initiates introductions and fellowship among today’s expanded, multi-generational network of artists.

The group exhibition comprises works by Kurita who was selected by sculptor Ned Smyth.

9 November 2013 – 19 January 2014
Artists Choose Artists
Parrish Art Museum
Water Mill, NY


2012

Koichiro Kurita, <i>Flood in Forest, Catskill, NY, Perceiving</i>, 2006

Koichiro Kurita, Flood in Forest, Catskill, NY, Perceiving, 2006

Koichiro Kurita, "Beyond Spheres" Workshops at RISD this October

Posing the question, “What if Thoreau had been a photographer?,” Koichiro Kurita will be offering calotype workshops across the Northeast. Kurita will offer his latest workshop at Rhode Island School of Design this October.

22-26 October 2012
Beyond Spheres at Rhode Island School of Design
Providence


Koichiro Kurita, <i>Weeping Beech, Southold, NY, Perceiving</i>, 2008

Koichiro Kurita, Weeping Beech, Southold, NY, Perceiving, 2008

Koichiro Kurita at the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design

The Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design will host America in View: Landscape Photography 1865 to Now, a broad panorama of our country’s topographies and correlating narratives. Through about 150 photographs spanning nearly 150 years, a nation’s ambitions and failings, beauties and losses, politics, and personal stories are revealed. Included in the exhibition is a photograph by Koichiro Kurita.

21 September 2012 – 13 January 2013
America in View: Landscape Photography 1865 to Now

Museum of Art Rhode Island School of Design

Providence


Koichiro Kurita, <i>Conceal, Southhold,</i> 2011

Koichiro Kurita, Conceal, Southhold, 2011

Koichiro Kurita: Beyond Spheres / Meditations on Thoreau

A selection of works from the series “Beyond Spheres,” and the current ongoing series, “Meditations on Thoreau” will be on view at Bennington College in Vermont through March.

March 6 – April 2, 2012
Beyond Spheres / Meditations on Thoreau
Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, Bennington


2011

Koichiro Kurita, <i>Tangent III,</i> 2011

Koichiro Kurita, Tangent III, 2011

Koichiro Kurita Interview and Exhibitions in Maine

“Meditations on Thoreau,” an exhibition of works by Koichiro Kurita was on view at Belfast, Maine’s Waterfall Arts. In conjunction with the exhibition, Kurita was interviewed in October about his process and his likes and dislikes in the Maine Art Scene.

October 7-November 23, 2011
Koichiro Kurita: Meditations on Thoreau
Waterfall Arts, Belfast, Maine

Master Photographer Koichiro Kurita Interview
Maine Art Scene


2010

Koichiro Kurita, <i>Chesapeake, VA, CHI-SUI-KI</i>, 1991

Koichiro Kurita, Chesapeake, VA, CHI-SUI-KI, 1991

Beyond Spheres by Koichiro Kurita

In his latest series, entitled Beyond Spheres, Kurita will follow his greatest influence, Henry David Thoreau, his inspiration and guide. He will set out to visit Thoreau’s physical spaces in North America to capture the truest reverence for the natural world that Thoreau wrote so eloquently about. This monumental project, expedition, and subsequent body of work will involve countless partners to complete. Over a three-year period Kurita will travel across 14 states in the North East teaming up with photography programs, scholars and practitioners alike who share his commitment to the practice as well as philosophy shared by Kurita.

Beyond Spheres