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YSN STUDIO

YSN STUDIO

Thinking About Kimono Through Technology, Design and Art

YSN STUDIO is a project launched by kimono manufacturer and wholesaler YASHIRONI, which marked its 300th anniversary in 2020, to chart the path to 350 years in business. This photographic exhibition on the theme of movement features works by the unit “néné petit", consisting of photographer Kaho Okazaki and stylist Hiromi Nakamoto. Their photos consider the kimono’s way of being in spaces connected to movement, such as trains, stations, bus stops and hotels, as they search for scenes where the kimono looks beautiful in the contemporary cityscape.

Partners: Kyoko Ozawa (professor at Wayo Women's University, art historian), kye+iwm+llm (researcher, designer, programmer), néné petit (Kaho Okazaki, Hiromi Nakamoto), BASSDRUM (Toyoshi Morioka, Kyohei Ogawa, Kosei Ikeda), Katsunobu Yoshida (designer, printer, collector)

Direction: Shinichi Suda, Art direction: Natsuko Yoneyama, Spatial design: Siin Siin, Project management: Fukumi Harada, Head editor: Shinya Yashiro (YASHIRONI)

Organised by: YSN Studio (YASHIRONI Co., Ltd.)
In collaboration with: Gallery SUGATA, Tomoko Kawaguchi (Edo-Tokyo Museum)

Gallery SUGATA

271-1,TAKOYAKUSHICHO,MUROMACHI-DORI NIJO-SAGARU,NAKAGYO-KU, KYOTO, JAPAN

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