False Food featured in Musée Magazine

I am honored that False Food “Untitled F-300” has been included in Musée Magazine’s current issue: No. 14 – Science and Technology. Guest curator Marvin Heiferman is the author of Photography Changes Everything. Based in New York, Musée is a visually-driven quarterly photography magazine and website that publishes the works of both up-and-coming…

Takigawa Brings Ocean Plastic Awareness to Sacramento, CA

Jerry Takigawa’s photography exhibit: False Food—A Metaphor for Survival, will be hosted in the main gallery of the nonprofit Viewpoint Photographic Art Center in Sacramento, California. The exhibit will run from February 10 through April 2, 2016.

Artist’s Reception for Viewpoint Members Friday, February 12, 6–8:30 pm                         2nd Saturday Artist’s…

Carmel Magazine and Richard Pitnick take a closer look at Center for Photographic Arts’ PIE Labs.

There is no small measure of self-regard in Pablo Picasso’s famous observation that, “Good artists copy, great artists steal.” For photographers in particular, the creative barrier between imitation and inspiration can be an especially challenging one, which is why the Center for Photographic Art is hoping to help area artists release their “inner Picassos”…

Communication Arts Magazine Announces Winners of its 56th Design Annual Competition

The poster Plant a Kiss. Kiss a Plant., created by Takigawa Design for the Italian communication initiative Natural Recall, has been selected for Communication ArtsDesign Annual 56, due to be published in the September/October 2015 issue of the magazine. A jury of creative professionals made their selection on the basis of…

“Monterey County Weekly” looks at Center for Photographic Arts’ PIE Labs

Creativity for Sale. by Walter Ryce. “Creative Workshops promise intangible rewards for the very real investments of money, time and energy. Do they work? We looked at three—and let the participants answer.” READ MORE

photo by Nic Coury