New Work from Balancing Cultures Exhibited in Santa Fe and Mill Valley

New work from Jerry Takigawa’s current project, Balancing Cultures, will be shown in two group exhibitions: Art and Oppression, a curated exhibition at CENTER in Santa Fe, NM, and Reflect and Engage, a juried exhibition exploring the connection between ourselves, our communities, and the larger global society, at The Image Flow

Chaeg Magazine to Feature an Article on False Food

Jerry Takigawa’s False Food photography series will be featured in the May, 2017, issue of Chaeg magazine in South Korea. About False Food, Takigawa said: “In lieu of proliferating horrific images of ocean plastic pollution, False Food endeavors to make something transformative—images that don’t numb the conscience but rather raise it.” Chaeg

Legacy of West Coast Photography Panel Discussion at SVMA

Brian Taylor, executive director of the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, CA, will lead a panel comprised of Northern California photographers Roman Loranc, Kim Weston, and Jerry Takigawa. Loranc and Takigawa are represented in Sonoma Valley Museum of Art’s XXc Icons of Photography exhibition, which runs October 8 through December…

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…