Jerry Takigawa included in Edition One Gallery’s Transitions exhibition

Landscapes of Presence image Untitled U-12 is being exhibited at Edition One Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The exhibition—Transitions—is a sponsored collaboration between Edition One Gallery and American Society of Media Photographers, New Mexico.

Pilar Law is the founder and curator of Edition One—a unique concept gallery showcasing contemporary photography in…

Takigawa Exhibited at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art’s XXc Icons of Photography

Jerry Takigawa’s photograph U-60, from his Landscapes of Presence series, has been selected to be part of SVMA’s XXc Icons of Photography exhibition. Curated by Executive Director Linda Cano, the exhibition testifies to the evolution of the art form that, more than any other medium, has shaped and changed every aspect of…

Takigawa exhibited at Site:Brooklyn

False Food image Untitled F-300 is being exhibited at Site:Brooklyn gallery in Brooklyn, NY, as part of A Point of View: Contemporary Photography. This international juried exhibition explores current ideas, subjects, and processes in contemporary photography.

The juror, Mitra Abbaspour, is an independent curator and scholar based in NYC. Abbaspour was the Associate Curator…

Jerry Takigawa included in Faith in New Mexico exhibition

Landscapes of Presence image Untitled U-171 is being exhibited at Edition One Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The exhibition—Faith in New Mexico, A Group Exhibition of Contemporary Photography—coincides with PhotoSummer. PhotoSummer 2016 is organized by UNM Art Museum, CENTER, 516 ARTS, Axle Contemporary, and American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP-NM)….

Jerry Takigawa included in Los Angeles Center of Photography’s Fine Art Exhibition

I am honored that Landscapes of Presence images Untitled U-161 and U-170 are included in the Los Angeles Center of Photography’s first annual Fine Art Exhibition.

Juror Hamidah Glasgow is Executive Director and Curator of The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO.

The mission of the Los Angeles Center of Photography…