Takashi Homma (Tokyo, Japan)
1962
Born in Tokyo, Japan.
1982
Enrolls in the photography department at the College of Art, Nihon University, Tokyo.
1991
Moves to London. Works for i-D Magazine and other publications.
1995
First solo exhibition and publication, Babyland.
1999
Receives 24th Kimura Ihei Commemorative Photography Award for his book Tokyo Suburbia.
2003
Completes the film, Short Hope: Takuma Nakahira, which is screened during Nakahira’s retrospective at Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan.
2007
Publishes and exhibits the series New Waves.
2008
Publishes TOKYO from Aperture in New York. It consists of photographs taken during the period between 1993 and 2007 with a theme of Tokyo making a comprehensive collection of the past works.
2009
Publishes Tanoshii Shashin.
His first traveling exhibition in museums will start in January 2011.
Selected Publications
2010
vedove/widows, FANTOMBOOKS, Italy
2009
Tanoshii Shashin, Heibonsha, Tokyo, Japan
trails, Match and Company, Tokyo, Japan
2008
TOKYO, Aperture, New York, U.S.A
Mountains "Seeing Itself", between the books, Tokyo, Japan
2007
NEW WAVES, Parco Publications, Tokyo, Japan
Architectural Landscapes, Gallery White Room Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
2006
Tokyo and my Daughter, Nieves, Zurich, Switzerland
2005
in-between 1 Takashi Homma: Denmark, Poland, EU-Japan Fest Japan Committee, Tokyo, Japan
2004
SHORT HOPE: TAKUMA NAKAHIRA, Little More, Tokyo, Japan
2003
NEW WAVES, Magazine House, Tokyo, Japan
2001
NEW TOKYO STANDARD, Rockin' on, Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Children, Little More, Tokyo, Japan
2000
TOKYO WILLIE, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1998
TOKYO SUBURBIA, Korinsya Press, Tokyo, Japan
1997
Hyper Ballad: Icelandic Suburban Landscapes, Switch Publishing, Tokyo, Japan
1995
Babyland, Little More, Tokyo, Japan
Selected Film
2004
KIWAMETE YOI FUUKEI, Little More, Tokyo, Japan