A solo exhibition “Absence and Ambience” was held at the Daiwa Foundation Japan House Gallery in London, England. Over the past few years, I have shown my works in galleries and art fairs in Europe, but this solo show focused to give a deeper presentation of my works. In this project, the exhibition space was created to evoke perspective on nature in both Japan and Europe, together with its own history and cultures with the two keywords “Absence” and “Ambience”. With these keywords that represent my works in the past, I tried to present my works to the audience and the contemporary photography community in Europe significantly.
Takashi Kawashima (b. 1985, JP) studied photography in Tokyo and graduated with a Masters in Media Art at the Tokyo Polytechnic University. He is fascinated by the relationship between man and nature, in which he explores the theme of natural disasters. In 2019 he received Foam Talent (Foam Museum, Amsterdam, NL) and he has been selected for many art contests throughout the years. He has exhibited his work in solo and group exhibitions in Italy, the Netherlands, the UK, Japan, and China.
Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, Japan House Gallery, London, the UK