Love Art & Help Japan Photo Report 2

Two great photo artists volunteered to document our Love Art & Help Japan drive boxes in each venue.

In Photo Reports by Kosuke Fujitaka 2011-04-05 print

Since March 19 our collection boxes have been popping up in art venues all over New York City. Two great photo artists volunteered to document our Love Art & Help Japan drive boxes in each venue.

 The Pace Gallery, 22nd St. 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

The Pace Gallery, 510 W 25th St. 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Art in General 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Ceres Gallery 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Feature Inc. 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Foley Gallery 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Gallery 151 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Hpgrp Gallery 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Joshua Liner Gallery 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Location One 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Michael Mut Gallery 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

NYU Steinhardt 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

NYU Steinhardt 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Pace Prints, 521 W 26th St. 
Photo: Yu Kanbayashi

Bill Hodges Gallery 
Photo: Yasutaka Kojima

Eykyn Maclean 
Photo: Yasutaka Kojima

Pace MacGill 
Photo: Yasutaka Kojima

Pace Primitive 
Photo: Yasutaka Kojima

Pace Prints, 32 E 57th St. 
Photo: Yasutaka Kojima

The Pace Gallery, 32 E 57th St. 
Photo: Yasutaka Kojima

Kosuke Fujitaka

Kosuke Fujitaka. Born in Osaka, 1978. Graduated with a BA in Economics from the University of Tokyo. He wrestled with Excel and Power Point in the Sony Ericsson R&D, cost control and marketing departments for three years before launching Tokyo Art Beat with Paul Baron and Olivier Thereaux in 2004. In 2008, he moved back to NYC, where a decade ago he had come across many important life elements, and has now launched New York Art Beat. Kosuke is also a co-founder of 101 Tokyo, a young international art fair in Tokyo happening every April. He thinks that art leveraged by IT, wine and beer can make the world a better place. Personal page as art guide (Only in Japanese) » See other writings

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