Kozo Miyoshi

Born in Chiba, Japan in 1947. He graduated from the Department of Photography at Nihon University College of Art in 1971.

He began his photographic career in the 1970s and started shooting an 8×10-inch large format camera in 1981. In 2009 he upgraded to an ultra large format 16×20-inch camera which he continues to use on his travels. Miyoshi’s photographs have received international acclaim for their unique and sincere approach to his fleeting subjects.

 

 

 

 

PGI Exhibitions

2020.3.27 7.15 SAKURA
2019.1.8 2.23 MAYU
2017.9.5 10.28 On the Road Again
2015.10.27 12.26 RINGO
2013.10.8 11.16 SABI
2012.11.6 12.22 YUBUNE
2010.11.4 12.22 SEE SAW
2009.11.25 12.25 SAKURA
2007.10.10 11.10 Somewhere, Sometime
2006.4.5 5.19 Tokyo Drive
2004.9.3 10.15 Seagirt
2003.4.1 4.25 SAKURA
2002.4.3 6.1 CAMERA
2001.9.3 9.29 FUJIYAMA
1999.11.8 12.22 Tokyo Street: Neighborhood
1999.1.11 2.10 In the Road
1997.9.24 11.14 In the Road
1996.10.1 11.15 CACTI Landscapes
1995.9.28 11.10 CACTI
1995.9.1 9.29 Airfield
1994.6.2 7.15 Southwest
1993.10.5 11.10 Chapel
1992.8.27 9.30 Thailand
1989.10.3 10.31 Conservatory
1987.11.5 12.5 Picture Show
1985.10.3 10.31 Innocents
1983.9.9 9.30 See Saw
1979.10.11 10.20 Exposure

 

 

Related Exhibition

2021.3.22 4.28

SHASHIN Canon Gallery S

2020.10.10 11.16 On the Road Again & YUBUNE BOOKS f3
2018.8.11 8.19

New Old School VACANT

2018.6.9 11.24

Longer Ways to Go : Photography of the American Road Center for Creative Photography Gallery

2017.4.15 10.15

Longer Ways to Go Phenix Art Museum