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IACK Collection:
Artists' Books by Seiichi Furuya
April 2nd (Sat) - April 17th (Sun), 2022

From April 2nd, IACK will hold a collection exhibition of artist books collected by IACK, "IACK Collection".

In this first installment, we will be featuring artist books created by Seiichi Furuya, a Japanese photographer living in Austria.

Furuya is best known for his series Mémoires, which deals with his late wife, but has produced many other excellent works. In this exhibition, Mémoires , which may have been overlooked due to its overly dramatic nature, will focus on an aspect of the artist and his expressions that will be explored through photography. Exploring the possibility of “telling a story.”

In addition to IACK's collection of early and recent works, the artist's latest publication "First Trip To Bologna 1978 / Last Trip To Venice 1985" will also be on sale. . Please come and visit us at this opportunity.

IACK Collection:
Artists' Books by Seiichi Furuya
Date: April 2nd (Sat) - April 17th (Sun), 2022 *First week is Wednesday and Thursday , 2nd week Mondays and Tuesdays Closed
Hours: Weekdays 12:00-17:30 / Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 12:00-19:00
Venue: IACK
Inquiries: info (at) iack.studio

[Precautions when visiting]
Those who are not feeling well should not enter. Please refrain from doing so.
Please wear a mask at the venue and cooperate with disinfecting your hands when entering the store.

Press Release


Seiichi Furuya
Born 1950 in Shizuoka Prefecture. After graduating from Tokyo Polytechnic University, in 1973 he traveled from Yokohama Port to Europe on the Trans-Siberian Railway, where he worked mainly in Austria as an interpreter and editor while producing works. He is best known for his series of works "Mémoires," about his wife, Christine, who took his own life in 1985. From 1983 to 1983, he left behind a group of excellent works, including "Border (STAATSGRENZE) 1981-1983", which photographed the Austrian border. He also introduced Japanese photographers to Europe and European photographers to Japan as one of the founders of the Austrian photography magazine "Camera Austria", and has done a wide range of important work. .

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