Takashi Nakagawa is a Japanese photographer based in Kyoto, Japan. He is a self-taught photographer and started his career in 2013. Since 2015 he started photographing daily life of people living in conflict zone to discover what homeland means to them and himself.
His works have been published through international media and won several awards such as National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year. Currently he is an ambassador of Fujifilm and working with National Geographic Fine Art Gallery.
Buying Print : National Geographic Fine Art Gallery
Awards : Miami Street Photo Award 2017 Finalist
National Geographic Travel Photo of the Year 2016 (Cities, 1st)
International Monochrome Award 2016 (Photojournalism, People, Honorable Mention)
The Prix de la Photographine Paris 2016 (Honorable Mention)
International Photographer Of The Year 2015 (People, Honorable Mention)
International Photography Awards 2015 (Nature, Honorable Mention)
Publication : National Geographic Traveler Oct/Nov 2016 Issue
National Geographic Traveler Dec 2015/Jan 2016 Issue
National Geographic "Destination of a Lifetime"
Exhibition : Nov.2016 72Gallery "Traverse"
Oct. 2015 Saga Univ. Museum "Around The World"
Sep. 2015 The Common Place "Escape"
Interview : Morocco World News
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