The Photo Exhibition «Images of Japan - Mysterious Fujiyama» will be presented by the Uzbeks in the framework of the Art Week Style.uz - 2012. This was the subject of the meeting in Fund Forum with Hiroshi Yano, Executive Director of Japan Photo Industry Institute.
At present Hiroshi Yano is paying a working visit to Uzbekistan, in the framework of which preparatory work in conjunction with the representatives of Fund Forum, Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan and Tashkent House of Photography for the next exhibition from Japan Photo Industry Institute is being carried out in the course of the Art Week Style.uz-2012.
The Art Week Style.uz-2012 will take place from 4 to 9 October in Tashkent. This Exhibition will present the oeuvre of legendary artists of Japan and will be devoted to one of the most famous symbols of the country – Fujiyama Mountain. The Exhibition will include 94 photos inviting you to go on a peculiar journey to the Land of the Rising Sun.
It should be mentioned that last year in the framework of the Art Week Style.uz, the «100 Years of Tokyo» Exhibition was organized together with Japan Photo Industry Institute. The Photo Exhibition which drew great attention of the visitors was devoted to historical and modern development t of the capital of the Land of the Rising Sun. Those were photos of the city and portraits of famous Japanese and common people. The «100 Years of Tokyo» Exhibition visited 13 European countries. The exhibition was held the CIS territory for the time.
The Japan Photo Industry Institute founded in 1969 is one of the leading organizations involved in study and development of this sphere in Japan. The Institute made a great contribution to the development of national photo industry and photo technologies of Japan and to formation of normative base governing the standards for quality and safety level of photo industry products. There is the Japan Museum of Photo Industry and History of Photography operating at the Institute in development of international cultural cooperation in this sphere, fondforum.uz reports.