Tetsugo Hyakutake @ Fleisher Art Memorial’s Wind Challenge #3.
When DoN first walked into the gallery he thought, “that’s a picture I wish I’d taken.” The glowing industrial plants looks just like the one on I95 on the way to Trenton but Hyakutake shot most of the photos in Japan. Many of the photos have a very Philadelphia vibe, especially the panoramic prints of bridges & highways and industrial sights, the effect is disorienting like you could be anywhere in the world.
Tetsugo Hyakutake is returning to Japan this Summer after a very successful career in professional photography in NYC & Philly’s Gallery 339 on Pine Street. Tetsugo captures the aggressive industrialization of the Asian landscape with stunning prints displayed in a variety of styles, the prints hanging like scrolls on metal rods are very cool & contemporary, the transfixingly intense detail of the landscapes is lucid, clear and transporting.
Photos by DoNBrewerPhotography.