Contact

Motohiko Hasui is a Japanese photographer based in Tokyo, Japan.
For assignments or print sales you can reach him in contacts below.

Email: info@motohikohasui.com
Commercial representation: W inc.

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Biography

Motohiko Hasui is a photographer born and raised in Japan. He studied Photography in Central Saint Martins Art and Design and London College of Communication. After graduating university, he moved back to Tokyo, where he grew up, in 2007. Motohiko started putting his works into photo books such as ‘Personal Matters’ series (Bemojake) and other various titles including ‘Yume wo Miru’ (Bemojake) and ‘for tomorrow.’ (Libro Arte) Motohiko’s works questioning viewers and pursing a deeper understanding to what photography might be in relation to a notion of personal moment.



Solo Exhibition

2020  Ura-Yama / 裏山, Banshan Gallery, Tokyo
          Torakichi / 寅吉, CANDLE CAFE & Laboratory ∆II, Tokyo
          for tomorrow / 明日へ, QUIET NOISE arts and break, Tokyo
2018  Personal Matters Volume II, QUIET NOISE arts and break, Tokyo
          Deep Blue – Serena Motola, AL, Tokyo
2017  Yume wo Miru, artless appointment gallery, Tokyo
2015  10FACES 02, Panof, Tokyo
2014  Personal Matters, Place M, Tokyo
2013  10FACES, Gallery Common, Tokyo



Group Exhibition

2020  for animals by humans, Same Gallery, Tokyo
          Polaroid Stories, Zakura, Tokyo
2016  あなたの水になりたい / anata no mizu ni naritai, ROCKET, Tokyo
2015  Art photograph group show, Recto Verso Gallery, Tokyo
2011  Secret, Ricoh Ring Cube, Tokyo
          Kioku no Sakura, New York Photo Festival
          Kioku no Sakura, Tokyo Photo
          Editor’s Choice 2011, Ricoh Riing Cube, Tokyo
2010  Style, Gallery 21, Tokyo
          101 Allegories and words to represent the world, Primo Piano Living Gallery, Italy



Publications

2020  Personal Matters Polaroids, self-published, Tokyo
          for tomorrow, Libro Arte, Tokyo
2019  Personal Matters Volume II, Bemojake, London
2018  so long – Riho Yoshioka Photo Book, Shueisha, Tokyo
          Deep Blue – Serena Motola, Self-published
2016  Yume Wo Miru, Bemojake, London
2015  10FACES 02, W
2014  Personal Matters, Bemojake, London
2013  10FACES, super sonic, Tokyo



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