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Rika Noguchi is a world-famous Japanese photographer based in Berlin, Germany. Born 1971 in the Saitama Prefecture, Noguchi studied at the Department of Photography under Nihon University’s College of Art. After graduating, she pursued higher studies in film and art at the same institution.
Noguchi has lived on several parts of the globe – in New York, Amsterdam, East Africa, and most recently Berlin. Along her travels are her snapshots which have been displayed in famous art galleries, such as the Casa des Dépôts et Consignations and the Collection Lambert in France, and the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena Emilia-Romagna in Italy, to name a few.
From her first solo exhibit entitled in Saitama “To Dive,” Noguchi’s portraits have taken the international stage. In 1998, she displayed her collection “Seeing Birds” at the Galerie Wohnmaschine in her current hometown of Berlin. In 2001, it was followed by the exhibit “Did He Reach the Moon?” which was exhibited at the D’Amelio Terras Gallery in New York. In 2003, she came back to the same New York Art Gallery with a new photo series entitled “Rocket Hill.” Although Noguchi spends most of her time in Berlin, she makes it a point to showcase her photographic talents in her native Japan.