November 2019

Friday, November 29th, 7 pm,

Book presentation: “So it goes” by Miho Kajioka

“I am a Tralfamadorian, seeing all time as you might see a stretch of the
Rocky Mountains. — All moments past, present, and
future, always have existed, always will exist.” – Kurt Vonnegut.
In the this new project So it goes, Miho Kajioka is presenting work which
relates to the concept of time, memory and location. Like in her earlier works,
the series consists of intuitive images of fragments of her daily life, from
various periods and against changing backdrops. Miho Kajioka regards
herself more as a painter/drawer than as a photographer. She feels that
photographic techniques help her to create works that fully express her
artistic vision.

Miho Kajioka (b. 1973, Japan, lives in Kyoto) studied at the San Francisco Art
Institute and
began there as a painting major, but little by little turned to photography. She
finished her fine
arts degree in Montreal, Canada. However, she began her career as a
journalist, producing TV
news and documentary programs for foreign news outlets, and didn’t produce
art for more than
10 years. It was after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that Kajioka was
reconnected with her
photographic art. Kajioka’s work has been exhibited in Spain, Italy, France,
the Netherlands, the
USA, Germany, Belgium, Portugal and the United Kingdom.

Hours and Infos

Leporello, Via del Pigneto, 162/e – Roma
info@leporello-books.com