A Day in New York


A Day in New York, photography, exhibition, Japanese photographers, NYC, Japan, Gallery Max New York, Max Fujishima, Kazuko Hyakuda, Ryoichi Miura
Snow Storm Morning in Manhattan 2016 ©Ryoichi Miura

A Day in New York

Tuesday, December 6 through Friday, January 27, 2017
Opening reception: Tuesday, December 6 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

Gallery Max New York, – 552 Broadway (between Prince and Spring Streets), Suite 401

Admission: Free

The 4th annual photo exhibition at Gallery Max New York features scenic, accidental, humorous, and illusive moments of everyday life captured by three photographers: Max Fujishima, Kazuko Hyakuda, and Ryoichi Miura.

Max Fujishima captures and expresses the relentless flow of time and the moments that exist in the interface between the photographer and the subject on the other side of the lens. There is a consistency to the creative style and world view that flows through his diverse themes, no matter what the subject of his lens happen to be: nature, cities, or dolls. He prefers to capture his subject as it is, illuminated by whatever light is available.

Kazuko Hyakuda pursues to represent the depths of one’s consciousness by capturing water surfaces that show a variety of abstract patterns created by natural phenomena such as weather, time, light angles, and more. She layers designs onto photographed images

Ryoichi Miura is the publisher and CEO of the free, weekly Japanese language newspaper SHUKAN NY SEIKATSU, established in 2004. He has taken the majority of the front-page cover photographs for more than 600 issues, reflecting the four seasons and current hot-issue topics in New York City.

Gallery Max New York is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and by appointment in January. The gallery will be closed from December 24 through January 5.