Ryuji Miyamoto

Ryuji Miyamoto

Ryuji Miyamoto

Ryuji Miyamoto is best known for his work on architecture, and, more often than not, on its destruction. With his series Pinhole, he had departed somewhat from his previous work by building his own pinhole hut in which he climbs to make his exposures of landscapes. He will be showing new work at Tokyo’s Taro Nasu Gallery next month and judging by the image above, it looks like he has taken a very different direction with his latest series, The Grass, Bugs and Sea. I’m looking forward to seeing more.

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