Yuki Onodera

Yuki Onodera was born in Tokyo (1962). Then, in 1993, she established a studio in Paris. So, she began to work internationally. Onodera’s experimental work does not fit within schemas of “photography”. Her work often poses two questions: what is photography, and also what can be done through it? Consequently, she uses any possible method to realize her works. For example, taking photographs with a marble inside her camera. Or creating a story out of a legend and traveling to the ends of the earth to shoot it.

Onodera is known for making two meter high prints in the darkroom and painting on her photographs. Also for other original hands-on methods. Her work is held in collections around the world, including those of Centre Georges Pompidou; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; The J. Paul Getty Museum; Shanghai Art Museum and The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Her solo exhibitions have been held at The National Museum of Art, Osaka (2005); Shanghai Art Museum (2006); The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography (2010); The Museum of Photography, Seoul (2010); and Musée Nicéphore Niépce, France (2011).

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