If you are in NYC this week, stop by Longhouse Projects to see the Takashi Homma show. It has been extended through October 31st. The exhibit, called New Waves 2000-2013, is a study of (and meditation on) waves from around the world. If you aren’t in New York, you can purchase the catalog here. The catalog includes an opening essay by David LaRocca called Cresting.
About the photographer: Takashi Homma (Japanese, b. 1962) lives and works in Tokyo, Japan. Homma received the 24th Kimura Ihei Commemorative Photography Award for the photo book, Tokyo Suburbia. Homma has had solo exhibitions at Marugame Genichiro Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Kagawa, Japan; Kanazawa 21th Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan. Homma’s catalogues have been published by Aperture Foundation, New York; Nieves, Zurich; Fantombooks/Boiler Corporation, Milan; Hassla Books, New York. His work is in the public collections of Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland, the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, and 21st Century of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa.