Atsuko Susuki
[KYOTOGRAPHIE KG+2024 Exhibition Notice]
GOOD NATURE STATION 4F GALLERY will be the venue for KYOTOGRAPHIE KG+2024, where you can view the works of up-and-coming artists. As part of the first half of the exhibition, we will be holding a solo exhibition titled ``Appear'' by photographer Atsuko Susuki from April 13th (Saturday) to April 30th (Tuesday). We are also planning to hold a talk event during the event. We look forward to seeing you in Kyoto this spring.

Atsuko Susuki solo exhibition “Appear”
2024.4.13 (Sat) - 30 (Tue)
10:00-20:00 (Open every day during the exhibition period)
318-6 Inaricho, Kawaramachi-dori Shijo Shimoru 2-chome, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 600-8022

[artist talk]
Date and time: April 28th (Sun) 14:00-15:30
Guest: Aki Kusumoto (photo critic/curator)
Moderator: Tomoki Nakazawa (KG+Program Director)
Participation fee: 500 yen | Capacity 20 people (reservation required)

During the KG+2024 Atsuko Susuki "Appear" exhibition, we will be holding a talk event with photography critic Aki Kusumoto.Space is limited, so please make a reservation using the form below

[Guest Profile ]
Aki Kusumoto (Photo Critic/Curator)
After working as a museum curator, she works as a freelance curator, criticizes photos, edits, and publishes. In 2020, she started operating the alternative space "Landschaft" in Aichi, and she is also involved in activities such as creating spaces through philosophical dialogue and community development.

[Notice of exhibition and photo book publication]
I am pleased to announce that my solo exhibition "Appear" will be held at Pantaloon in Osaka in August.
In conjunction with the exhibition, edition.nord will publish a photo book with the same title.
It's going to be a very hot summer, but I hope you'll be able to take a look.

Atsuko Susuki ''Appear''
2023.8.5 (Sun) - 8.27 (Sun)
open Friday.Saturday.Sun.Monday 12-19:00/until 17:00 on the last day Closed Tuesday.Wednesday.Thursday

3-17-14 Nakatsu, Kita-ku, Osaka City

You can also view the newly published photobook at PANTALON at the venue.

Photo book|Appear
Scroll books::27cm x 7m 3,500 yen (+tax 3,850 yen)
Text by:"The light that shines into the world "Takahiro Ito (Curator, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography)
Translation by:Robert Zetzsche
Design:Shin Akiyama + Keiko Miyahara/edition.nord
Printing/binding:chiku chiku laboratory kobe

[Exhibition announcement]
The exhibition "Imitation Bijou" will be held at Osaka Visual Arts Gallery from July 30th (Friday) to August 31st (Tuesday).
This touring exhibition, which was held at Alt_Medium in Tokyo in March, has an increased number of works, and the content is even more carefully selected than the photo book of the same title (DOOKS 2019).We look forward to your visit.

Atsuko Susuki Photo Exhibition "Imitation Bijou"
2021.7.30 (fri) - 8.31 (tue)
10:00-19:00/Last day 15:00 (until 17:00 on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays) *Open every day during the exhibition period
Venue: Visual Arts Gallery
530-0002 Visual Arts College Osaka VI Building 1F, 2-5-23 Sonezaki Shinchi, Kita-ku, Osaka
*Due to the spread of the new coronavirus, the gallery may be closed without notice. The latest information will be updated here.

[Notice of exhibition]
From March 18th, I will be exhibiting at Alt_Medium for the first time in about a year. The work is called "Imitation Bijou," a photo book published by DOOKS in 2019. Due to the times we live in, we are unable to strongly urge everyone to come to the exhibition, but we are making preparations with the hope that the items will reach the people they deserve. I would appreciate it if you could watch it if it's convenient for you.
Atsuko Susuki Photo Exhibition ''Imitation Bijou''
2021.3.18 (thu) - 30 (tue)
12:00-20:00/Last day 12:00-17:00 *Closed on Wednesdays during the exhibition period

Venue: Alt_Medium
161-0033 2-6-3-1F Shimoai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Atsuko Susuki (Photographer) / Kimiko Kikuta (Independent Curator, Shiogama Photo Festival Director)
*During the exhibition period, we plan to publish a record of our conversation with independent curator Kikuko Kikuta about her work on the gallery's website and social media. We would be happy if you could take a look at the exhibition contents.

[Notice for visitors]
Admission restrictions may be imposed as a countermeasure against the new coronavirus. Information in that case will be announced on the gallery's website and SNS.

A new photo collection is complete.
The title is called lmitation Bjou.
About three years ago, I think that I was able to transform the base of production and life from Fukui to Fukui and think about the photos I had taken in the few years between them and worked on them.
It will be unveiled at TABF’s DOOKS booth, which will be held from the 12th, so I hope you will see it.

Imitation Bijou
15.5 x 11.6, 190 pages, Hardcover,
Publication date: June 2019 (DOOKS)
Normal Edition, 300
Special Edition, 30 (Acrylic case with print.)
Photographs & Text by Atsuko Susuki
Writing by Kotaro Iizawa (photography critic)
Translation by Robert Zetzsche
Design by Daichi Aijima(@dooks.aijima)
Printed and Bound by Sunmcolor
Printing direction by Takao Maekawa
Click here for more details.

The photo book is on display at the ``Japan Focus Library,'' a very large room of Edition Nord and Friends Art/Books: Reading, Making, Thinking, held at Matsushiro Nobutai in Niigata. Please stop by if you are in the area.

edition.nord and friends
A very large room for art/book: reading, making, thinking

Event information
Saturday, January 19, 2019 - Sunday, March 24, 2019 / Closed on Wednesdays
Matsudai “Nobutai” │ 10:00-17:00 / Last admission 16:30
General: 500 yen / Elementary and junior high school: 300 yen │ Entry is possible during the exhibition period by presenting the 2019 winter common ticket

This exhibition consists of approximately three paths. 1: We at Edition Nord will present our 10 years of activities not only as our own results, but also as collaborations with a variety of people, including artists, editors, publishers, and shops. 2: Think about art books and place by getting involved with collections, publications, and educational sites that are rooted in place. 3: Introducing the aspect of active engagement with books in the post-digital era, that is, ``books as objects to be created'' through various case studies.
From these three points, our ultimate goal is to make visitors and event participants aware of the fun and enjoyment of art books. Some of the programs are connected to the theme "SNOWART" of "Echigo-Tsumari Winter 2019".
"Japan Focus Library 2018-2019" The Japan Focus Library is a collection of art books collected at the request of Edition Nord for the Japan special edition of the Berlin art book fair "Miss Read" held in May 2018. Library.This time, we will be exhibiting new works by each participant. Click here for information on other events and exhibitions.

om February 5th to 10th, I will be participating in a British project called Fast Forward, which is introducing and researching the works of female photographers. She, also a participating artist, will have a discussion with Sarah Walker and Johanna Tagada, while posting each other's works, processes, and stories on their Instagram accounts. Please take a look if you like.

Next week is for the next FFconversation between 3 artists:
Atsuko Susuki @atsukosusuki . Born in Fukui in 1981. Her photographs are poetic, transient and ephemeral.Susuki is one of the young photographers in Japan. She has Participated in exhibits such as "Epson 2008 Color Imaging Contest Exhibition " and “Yokohama Photo Festival” (2012) “Hokkaido Higashikawa-cho Artists in Residence Work Exhibition” (2015). She held a solo exhibition at Morioka Bookstore and Calo Gallery in 2013 and Prinz,Kyoto in 2015 Sarah Walker (b. 1991) @sarahjwalker__ is a Melbourne based photographer, and has recently completed a BA in Photography (Fine Arts). As well as photography, Walker utilises moving image, sound and installation as a part of her practice. Walker work has been featured in various online publications including Der Greif Guest-Room curated by Jorg Colberg, Phases magazine, The Latent Image, The Heavy Collective, as well as print magazine Terra Firma. Walker has recently been published in an photobook anthology by Fuego Books called A place both wonderful and strange. Johanna Tagada (b.1990) @johannatagada is a painter and interdisciplinary artist based in London. She