Photograph by Daniel Dennehy, the Minneapolis Institute of Art

【Lecture: 9/30(日)12:00 – 13:30】中森康文「米国美術館の写真コレクション国際化における日本写真の役目―ヒューストン美術館とミネアポリス美術館を例にして」

9/30(日) / 12:00 – 13:30

/ Exhibition Room / Sept. 30 Sunday / Lecture


会場:Exhibition Room
参加費:各回500円(3回券 1,000円)


中森康文はミネアポリス美術館の写真・ニューメディア部門部長(2016 – 2018年)、ヒューストン美術館の写真部キュレーター(2008 – 2016年)を歴任する。 担当した数々の展覧会と著作本には、『For a New World to Come: Experiments in Japanese Art and Photography 1968 – 1979』(ヒューストン美術館2015年)、『Katsura: Picturing Modernism in Japanese Architetcure, Photographs by Yasuhiro Ishimoto』(ヒューストン美術館2010年)などがあり、後者の本は米国大学美術協会より Alfred H. Barr, Jr賞を受賞。ミネアポリス美術館では、レズリー・ヒューイット、プロペラ・グループ、オマー・ファスト 、畠山直哉などの個展を企画し、アペチャーとミネアポリス美術館で共同発行したNaoya Hataketama: Excavating the Future Cityを共著作する。早稲田大学政治経済学部, 米国コーネル大学(博士号)卒。ゲティー・リーダーシップ・インスティテュート卒。

【Lecture: Sept. 30 (Sun) 12:00 – 13:30】NAKAMORI Yasufumi "Globalizing US Museum Photography Collections through Japanese Photography: Case Studies of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Minneapolis Institute of Art"

Sept. 30 (Sun) / 12:00 – 13:30

/ Exhibition Room / Sept. 30 Sunday / Lecture

Speakers: NAKAMORI Yasufumi
Site: Exhibition Room
Admission: ¥ 500/session (3 sessions: ¥ 1,000)
Capacity: 40
Booking: First-come basis


Yasufumi Nakamori
Yasufumi Nakamori, PhD, is the former curator and head of the department of photography and new media at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia)(2016-18), as well as the former associate curator at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH)(2008-16). His exhibitions and publications include For a New World to Come: Experiments in Japanese Art and Photography, 1968–1979 (MFAH 2015), and Katsura: Picturing Modernism in Japanese Architecture: Photographs by Ishimoto Yasuhiro (MFAH 2010). The publication that accompanied the latter received
the Alfred H. Barr Jr. Award for Smaller Museums, Libraries, Collections, and Exhibitions from the College Art Association in 2011. At Mia, he organized solo exhibitions with Leslie Hewitt, The Propeller Group, Omer Fast, and Naoya Hatakeyama whose monograph Naoya Hatakeyama: Excavating the Future City that he co-authored was published jointly by Aperture and Mia in the spring of 2018. He received a Ph.D. in the history of art from Cornell University and a B.A. in political science from Waseda University. He was a Getty Leadership Institute fellow in 2016.