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Yuki Onodera is one of the few Japanese photographers who have made it famous in the international scene. Born in 1962, Onodera learned the ins and outs of photography at the Kuwazawa Design School of Tokyo. She is now residing in France, after relocating in 1993.
Her first exhibit was held in 1991 at the P-3 Environment and Art Gallery in Tokyo. In 1996, she staged her first international exhibit – the Oiseaux at Le Mois de la Photo, Galerie Pierre Brulle in Paris, France. It was followed by the 21st Kodak Prize of Critical Photography in Galerie Passage de Retz and the 6ème Festival International de la Photographie de Mode in Centre Bellevue, Biarritz.
She has published two compilations to date. In 2002 she released the compilation “How to make a Pearl” under the Nazraeli Press. In 2005 she launched “Transvest” under the same publisher.
Onodera is a multi-awarded photographer. Her first award was the First New Cosmos of Photography in 1991. Five years later she won the 21st Kodak Prize in Critical Photography. In 2001, she bagged the New Photographer Citation from the Higashikawa Award-giving body. A year later, she won the renowned Ihei Kimura Prize. In 2006, she won the prestigious Prix Niepce Award. In 2011, again she won the Higashikawa Prize.