Hare no hi
"Hare no hi" is a concept that indicates a turning point between the ordinary and the extraordinary.
For example, New Year's Day, festivals, and the birth of a child.
It is when the light shines after a long period of rain.
It is reconstructed and shaped by the negatives of 830 photographs of everyday life.
It signifies a traditional Japanese cycle.
Hare no hi
Hare no hi_01
Small | 5
Midi | 5
Large | 5
Small | 380 × 380 mm
Midi | 600 × 600 mm
Large | 1030 × 1030 mm
Print Only | JPY 200,000 (before tax)
Print Only | JPY 300,000 (before tax)
Print Only | JPY 400,000 (before tax)
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Name: Kiiro | Country: Japan | Occupation: Fine Art Photographer
Born in 1978 in Kanagawa Prefecture and currently residing in Seiseki-Sakuragaoka, Tokyo, Kiiro freely uses flowers as a motif for his natural works and employs skillful painting techniques. Cosmos flowers, in particular, have been the focal point of his art for over a decade. Each series of Kiiro's work offers a new angle on his themes of order, harmony, and evolution. This is uniquely defined by the language of the cosmos flower. The oil-painting qualities imbued in his work continue to fascinate art collectors and viewers at home and abroad. kiiro has exhibited his work at Art Fair Tokyo, fotofever (Paris), Degus Photo Biennale, La Gacilly (Brittany), as well as nationally and internationally. Awards include the Jury Prize of the International Art Photography Awards for experimental work (France).