Image-In-Focus: Ko Nakajima
An energetic, 30-minute conversation with experimental and video artist Ko Nakajima, who also worked as a photographer to document the work of cutting-edge artists such as Mono-ha (School of Things). In 1969, Nakajima gained a rare insight into the exhibition artist Yutaka Matsuzawa's legendary, exclusive Psi Zashiki Room, to which few people were invited. Nakajima discusses the two days he spent with Matsuzawa at his home and studio. Free with admission to the exhibition. Talks are limited to 30 attendees, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Venue: Japan Society
333 E 47th St Map
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