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Born in 1947, Hitoshi Tsukiji is a revolutionary photographer who has etched his name in both the local and international photography scene. Tsukiji is fond of taking pictures of structures and beautifully-designed edifices. The wonders of these architectural marvels are the building blocks of Tsukiji’s structured images.
His first international group exhibit ran at the S.K. Josefsberg Studio in Portland, Oregon. The display, entitled “Japanese Photography, 1970’s – 1980’s,” featured works from Tsukiji and other contemporary shutterbugs – Tadasu Yamamoto, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Toshio Shibata, Kozo Miyoshi, Ryuji Miyamoto, Michiko Kon, Miyako Ishiuchi, Nobuko Hayashi, and Nobuyoshi Araki.
His work, Osaka Shin-Osaka, from the collection “Urban Perspectives,” was also included in the exhibit “Gazing at the Contemporary World: Japanese Photography from the 1970’s to the present.” The show also featured works from famous names, such as Daido Moriyama and George Hashiguchi.
He has three solo photo exhibits to his name: Vertical, (Domain).08 (December 2008), Void (January 2010), and Constellation (January 2011.) All these displays were shown at the Gallery Dazzle, located in Tokyo, Japan.
Even at a young age, Tsukiji is considered as one of the most brilliant photographers of Japan. In fact, he was included in the book 328 Outstanding Japanese Photographers.