Naoya Hatakeyama resource

Given the level of effort I put into researching Hatakeyama, his work, influences and influence, I thought I would compile the website links into a single page  for the benefit of anyone else interested in his work.
Student photographers citing Hatakeyama as an influence
Non-student photographers citing Hatakeyama as an influence or favourite
Other artists citing Hatakeyama as an influence or favourite
Educational material using Hatakeyama as an example
Essays and book excerpts
  • Cited by Mariko Takeuchi in essay Photography in Japan – Zone Zero (undated)
  • Junk for Code Weblog (19/05/2009)
  • Atmos at PhotoEye bookstore. Other titles are also listed in their catalogue.
  • Rikuzentakata cited by Visual Culture Blog in The representation of Post-Tsunami landscapes (05/11/2012)
  • Discussion of Hatakeyama and his work as it relates to images purchased by Deutsche Bank – in db artmag
  • Blog Post from Ritold Riedl 27/03/2003)
Hatakeyama in museum collections and shows
Reviews of Shows
Other reviews
  • Slow Glass – slide show featured in 1000words Photography (undated)
  • Terrils – review in MediaPart – in French (undated)
  • Review of Terrils at the Coalface Project in Belgium (undated)
  • Spectacular City – book review from NAi Publishers, Netherlands
Interviews – video or written
  • A bird, A blast - Interview with Lisa Sutcliffe from SFMoMA (22/10/2012)
  • Talking to Ashley Rawlings of Tokyo Art Beat (23/07/2008)
  • Interview based on SFMoMa Show in Wired – (03/08/2012). Also available on YouTube
  • The skin of the city – interview at Forward Thinking Museum
  • Three extended interviews on Hatakeyama’s philosophy with Art-IT (13/10/2010)
  • Talking about Ciel Tombe for SFMoMA (23/10/2012)
  • Talking about the sublime for SFMoMA (23/10/2012)
  • Talking about his post-tsunami work in First Post – also on YouTube (in Japanese but Youtube version has approx translation in the comments.) (08/03/2013)
  • Interview for Gogol’s Coat blog talking about his history and influences (27/06/2009)
  • Interview with Hayoto Fujioka on the impact of the tsunami on his practise and attitudes to photography. (11/03/2013)
Other stuff

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