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Hanayo and Fumiko Imano at the Impossible Project Space

September 29, 2011

The two compelling Japanese female photographers and their Polaroids

  • Text by Emi Kameoka

Hanayo and Fumiko Imano are showing their Polaroid works from this Friday at Impossible Project Space. Hanayo and Fumiko are making an impact all over the world, and it will be a good chance to see their unique ‘girliness’. Hanayo shot her daughter Tenko and Sumire, whose mother is a Japanese singer songwriter Chara. Here you will see the teenage girls becoming adults. Fumiko Imano focuses on self-portraits. She brings many different faces that you will be amazed at.

Hanayo and Fumiko Imano at Impossible Project Space runs to October 10 @

2F Oak Bld 1-20-5 Aobadai Meguro-ku

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