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'Moments in Construction' Exhibition

'Moments in Construction' Exhibition - Epson is the sponsor of a new exhibition at the KPF Gallery of works by a Japanese photographer.

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Moments in Construction

Epson have announced they are to support a London-based photography exhibition which features shots that capture and celebrate Japan’s rebuilding after the Tohoku earthquake.

'Moments in Construction' is the title of the new exhibition which features works by Japanese photographer Hiroyuki Suzuki. The exhibition opens today, 26 March 2012 and runs until 25 May 2012 at the KPF Gallery in London.

Since starting his career as a photographer in 2006, Hiroyuki Suzuki's core concept ‘A Moment’, has taken him to construction grounds around the world in an ambition to capture unique, singular moments that reflect the fear, instability, but also the hope he sees within these sites. Combining a selection of works taken in Shanghai (2007) and Tokyo (2010), Moments in Construction captures the unique energy and dynamism within the building process that contrasts with the beauty of the finished structures.

Hiroyuki Suzuki reveals a sense of optimism from within industrial spaces. One year after the Great Tohoku Earthquake, his photography represents the power of the rebuilding process and the ability of our urban civilisation to endure, whilst also expressing thanks to supporters from around the world for their help following this natural disaster.

The large photographs produced for the KPF Gallery exhibition have been printed by Epson onto Premium Canvas Satin Paper using the Epson Stylus Pro 11880 printer.

Visit the KPF website for more details.

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