Daisuke Yokota
artist / photographer

Daisuke Yokota was born in Saitama, Japan, 1983. Graduated from the “Nippon photography institute” in 2003. Selected the honorable mention of “the 31st Canon New Cosmos of Photography” in 2008, and the grand prix of “1_Wall Award”. Yokota had his solo exhibition ‘Site/Cloud’ at G/P gallery in 2013. He has also been exhibited his works in many shows including “New Cosmos of Photography Tokyo Exhibition 2008″ (2008, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo), “1_Wall Exhibition″ (2010, Guardian Garden, Tokyo), “MP1: Expanded Retina” (2012, G/P gallery Tokyo), “On the flow” (2012, G/P gallery, Tokyo). Recently he is working as a member of an international artists collective “AM projects.”

Yokota was the winner of the tenth Foam Paul Huf Award, 2016.

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Daisuke Yokota
artist / photographer

Daisuke Yokota was born in Saitama, Japan, 1983. Graduated from the “Nippon photography institute” in 2003. Selected the honorable mention of “the 31st Canon New Cosmos of Photography” in 2008, and the grand prix of “1_Wall Award”. Yokota had his solo exhibition ‘Site/Cloud’ at G/P gallery in 2013. He has also been exhibited his works in many shows including “New Cosmos of Photography Tokyo Exhibition 2008″ (2008, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo), “1_Wall Exhibition″ (2010, Guardian Garden, Tokyo), “MP1: Expanded Retina” (2012, G/P gallery Tokyo), “On the flow” (2012, G/P gallery, Tokyo). Recently he is working as a member of an international artists collective “AM projects.”

Yokota was the winner of the tenth Foam Paul Huf Award, 2016.

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