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Kenro Izu

Japan Born in: 1949 Famous artist
Translation in progress

Kenro Izu (American/Japanese, b.1949) is a photographer originally from Osaka, Japan. From 1969 to 1970, he studied photography at Nihon University, College of Arts, in Tokyo, Japan. In 1970, he relocated to New York, NY, and began working as a commercial photographer.

Shortly after this, he was introduced to Francis Frith's 19th-century photographs of Egypt. This discovery prompted him to travel to Egypt and take photographs of the pyramids, a trip that inspired all of his subsequent work. He has traveled all over the world, capturing the macro and micro details of exotic lands.

Izu's work has been featured in exhibitions across the world.

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Kenro Izu, Still Life #108, Photography

Kenro Izu

Still Life #108, 1991
12.25 x 14.63 inch
Photography

$1,800

Kenro Izu, Two Platinum Palladium Prints Still Life 108 and Still life 158, Photography

Kenro Izu

Two Platinum Palladium Prints Still Life 108 and Still life 158, 1994
14 x 26 x 0.1 inch
Photography

$4,500

Kenro Izu, Still Life #158, Photography

Kenro Izu

Still Life #158, 1994
13.25 x 11 inch
Photography

$1,800

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