Daisuke Yokota is at the vanguard of experimental Japanese photography. Today, London's Roman Road Gallery opens ‘Emergence’, an exhibition showcasing three of Yokata’s recent projects. We see 53 photographs from ‘Tarantine' (2015), an intimate series stimulated by the female figures in his life. The exhibition also presents Yokoata's 'camera-less' photography, which uses copious amounts of light-sensitive colloids brushed, and then exposed, across delicate surfaces. Until 11 November.
Pictured: Untitled , by Daisuke Yokota, 2015. Courtesy of Roman Road and G/P Gallery. © Daisuke Yokota
Writer: Samantha Thompson