Duration: Friday, September 8 – Sunday, October 22, 2023
Hours: 11:00AM-7:00PM
Venue: BankART Station
Admission: ¥600
(Admission is free with the purchase of Kitajima's photo book at the reception desk.)
*Admission is free for junior high school students and younger and those with a disability certificate and one accompanying adult.

Last year's exhibition, "UNTITLED RECORDS" by Keizo Kitajima at BankART Station, will return by popular demand. As Kitajima stated in his previous exhibition, "The city that is Yokohama, the station that is Shintakashima, and the history and presence of this space that is BankART Station, literally the critical leading role that should be acknowledged as an obvious matter of fact. By situating the "UNTITLED RECORDS" series in an inorganic space, the stains on the walls and floors, the whitewash, the discoloration, the cracks, the exposed pipes, the studs, the cable racks, and the various details take on a slightly different appearance. We invite you to revisit that rare experience. We hope for those who missed last year's exhibition to take advantage of this opportunity and for those who saw it last time to revisit and rediscover the work. In addition to the exhibition, 47 prints from the "PORTRAITS" series will be displayed on a 50-meter wall. We cordially invite you to this special exhibition.

Photo Collection
with sleeve case
B4 size
192 pages
Published in 2022
Price: ¥4,800 + tax

Born in Nagano Prefecture in 1954, Kitajima held his first solo exhibition, "BC Street Okinawa," at Shinjuku Nikon Salon in 1975. In 1991, he published "A.D. 1991," a collection of photographs taken in Europe, the United States, and other parts of Asia. He has since been involved in the "PORTRAITS" and the "UNTITLED" series.
From 2014 to 2021, he held the exhibition "UNTITLED RECORDS Vol. 1 20", a series of 20 exhibitions at the photographers' gallery. He has also exhibited in numerous exhibitions, both domestic and worldwide. Kitajima's major photo collections include PHOTOGRAPHY EXPRESS TOKYO (1979 80), NEW YORK (1982), USSR 1991 (2012), EUROPEAN DIARY 1983 1984 (2019), among others. Major awards include the Newcomer's Award of the Photographic Society of Japan (1981), the 8th Ihei Kimura Award (1983), the 32nd Nobuo Ina Award (2007), and the 41st Ken Domon Award (2022). Kitajima is currently based at photographers' gallery in Tokyo, Japan.

Contact: BankART1929
TEL: 045-663-2812
Access: BankART Station
5-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama
220-0012, Japan
B1F above the ticket gates of "Shin-Takashima Station" on the Minatomirai Line

Organized by BankART1929
Co-organized by the City of Yokohama, Sports, Culture and Dynamic City Development Bureau