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Multiple Solo Exhibitions for Osamu James Nakagawa Spring and Summer 2014

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Professor of Photography, Osamu James Nakagawa held a solo exhibition GAMA Caves at the SepiaEye Gallery in New York City in April, 2014. Additional solo exhibitions of his Okinawa projects were held at the Tokyo Polytechnic University and Photo Gallery International, Tokyo in June. The exhibitions were featured in magazines including SLATE, ARTEFUSE, and Japanese national newspaper Asahi Shinbun. His recently published monograph GAMA Caves was reviewed on the aPhotoEditor by Jonathan Blaustein, Weekly Post by Kei Yonahara (Japan), and the Misuzu by Ryuta Imafuku (Japan). The book was nominated for the 2014 Les Rencontre d¹ Arles Book Award. He was invited as a keynote speaker for the Japan Society for Arts and History of Photography, and conducted a gallery talk with renowned Japanese Ryuta Imafuku at the Photo Gallery International.

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