Tomoko Yoneda

From February 11th until May 9th 2021

Tomoko Yoneda (Akasi, Japan, 1965) studied photography in Chicago and later in London, where she currently lives. Encouraged from an early age to her call to be a journalist, her works often refer to contemporary historical events: landscapes and interiors associated with armed conflicts with which she wants to record the intangible presence of history in the daily course of life and not only in the monuments that evoke history or the remains that bear witness to it.

The exhibition offers a broad overview of her work which, despite having already been exhibited in Japan and South Koreain a monographic format, had not yet been the main feature of an individual exhibition in Europe.

Comisario: Itzhak Goldberg

Tomoko Yoneda

T. Yoneda: Una estatua en un estanque y el cielo visto a través de unas palmeras, Jardín botánico de Hamma, Argel, Argelia

©Tomoko Yoneda, cortesía de la artista y ShugoArts



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