6/3 – 8/1
Paper artist and author Keiko Tsuji took her scissors to photographer Yuko Osoko’s photo of Mexico to create a transformative picture piece that put Osoko in the heart of the world of photos. This two person exhibition is just a lining up of two different fields but a true fusion of each.
Yuko Osoko/ Photographer
After studying under Hideo Mori, she became independent in 2001. Her main work to this date has been「Eating the Vegetables of [Naruto-ya + Tenzo]」,「Shyufu to Seikatsusha」,「Button and Ribbon」,「WINDCHIME BOOKS」, as well as numerous others.
In recent years she has been working on two photographic exhibitions focussing on the theme of plant life called 「HEARTS AND FLOWERS」and 「bottom of the garden」
Keiko Tsuji/ Paper-cutting artist/ Illustrator/ Graduated from literary department at the Bunka Gakuin
She held her first exhibition in 1998, and presented her original paper-cutting work in which she cuts out portraits with scissors, taking advantage of the colors originally in the printed matter. Additionally, she works on book covers and titles, and CD artwork for Shuntaro Tanikawa. She has also illustrated two picture books, 「Hidden Form 123」by Fukuinkan Shoten Publishers and 「Lost in Botanical Garden」by Isoko Kakiuchi/ Froebel-Kan Co.