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Namiko Kitaura

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Award winning Japanese photographer and artist, Namiko Kitaura, was born in Tokyo in 1977. She has worked with renowned publications worldwide such as Vogue Japan, Numero Tokyo, Wallpaper and L’official Voyage among others and has collaborated with renowned clients such as Canon, Cartier and Dior.

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Namiko Kitaura

Award winning Japanese photographer and artist, Namiko Kitaura, was born in Tokyo in 1977. She has worked with renowned publications worldwide such as Vogue Japan, Numero Tokyo, Wallpaper and L’official Voyage among others and has collaborated with renowned clients such as Canon, Cartier and Dior. Her reflective work has received a number of awards and sponsorships such as the Shisheido sponsorship in 2014 and has also been exhibited in a number of galleries, including the Canon Gallery S in Tokyo with the Recollecion Exhibition, and at the Chic Art Fair (2011) with Galerie Florence Moll at La Cite de la Mode et du Design in Paris among others. In 2003, she was accepted as an artist in residence at Fabrica, the Benetton communication research centre in Italy.

On her website, Namiko says that in her work she: "aims to visualize the almost invisible aspects of the human condition that lie below the physical, and their juxtaposition: passion in depression, comfort in sadness, tranquility in chaos and beauty in ugliness."

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