SHINO YANAGAWA 柳川詩乃

ARTIST

From Tokyo, Japan

Clients
JAL, ELLE, GQ, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire, adidas, NIKKEI, Sankei, Asahi, docomo, piaget,  GALLARDA GALANTE, BLUE NOTE, Rittor Music, Universal Music, SONY music, Warner music, BARNEYS NEW YORK, and so on....

2002-2004  Lived in Cadiz, Andalusia, SPAIN

2004-2017   Lived in Brooklyn, NY. U.S.A

2017-            Currently lives in Portland, OR. U.S.A          


2017                                                                                                                                

Photojournalism project We The People: The Citizens of NYCHA in Pictures + Words  was  acquired by the Smithsonian Institution Smithsonian's Anacostia Community Museum.

2015
NOV 2015 Contributing 4 photographs to billboard on Flatbush and 7th ave in Brooklyn, NY
http://www.14x48.org/

OCT 2015
Appearing WABC-7 “Here and Now” by Sandra Bookman
 

OCT 2015
Exhibition at NYU Kimmel Gallery, New York, NY ”Finding Dante”

SEP 2015
Appearing Brooklyn 12 news
 

SEP 2015
Contributing photography to Museum of the City of New York, NY
 

MARCH 2015
Feature article in metro NewYork
 

MARCH 2015
Exhibition at Chashama, Harlem, NY “Finding Dante”

JAN 2015
Interview by NPR
http://www.npr.org/2015/01/12/367994839/an-exhibit-offers-a-different-angle-on-life-in-public-housing


2014
SEP 2014
Exhibition at Brooklyn Historical Society in Brooklyn, NY “We The People: The Citizens of NYCHA in Pictures + Words”
http://brooklynhistory.org/exhibitions/past.html

2013
MAY 2013
Exhibition at Gordon Parks Gallery at the College of New Rochelle’s, The Bronx, NY“We The People: The Citizens of NYCHA in Pictures + Words”
http://castlegallery.cnr.edu/785/we-the-people/

MAY 2013
Feature article in NY Daily News
http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/bronx/photographic-exhibit-bronx-gallery-seeks-debunk-myths-projects-article-1.1311805

MAY 2013
Feature article in narrative
http://narrative.ly/stories/life-in-public-housing/

2012
DEC 2012
Exhibition at Art Festival in Dakar, Senegal “We The People: The Citizens of NYCHA in Pictures + Words”