Tomoko YonedaDec 8 — Feb 17, 2001


  • Installation shot, Museum of Contemporary Photography, 2000

  • Installation shot, Museum of Contemporary Photography, 2000

  • Installation shot, Museum of Contemporary Photography, 2000

  • Installation shot, Museum of Contemporary Photography, 2000

  • Installation shot, Museum of Contemporary Photography, 2000

Tomoko Yoneda (Lives in Great Britain, born Japan 1965) is primarily concerned with tracking and tracing modern history in her series Between Visible and Invisible. Following extensive research and travel, Yoneda photographed texts of importance to major intellectual figures of the twentieth century through the scholar’s actual eyeglasses.

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