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  • Exhibition period
  • September 28 (Fri) - October 31 (Wed)
  • Venue
  • Admission
  • Free
  • Photographers
  • Anju, Yayoi Arimoto, Orie Ichihashi, Shinako Mashiko, Mie Morimoto, Kohide Nakashima, Ai Ohashi, Mineko Orisaku, Kumiko Sakai, Aya Shirai, Saori Tsuji, Akiko Tsunoda,
  • Art Direction
  • Sayuri Shoji
  • Production
  • Gekkan Commercial Photos (Editorial Division)
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"Pink, Pink, Pink"a pulsating photographic exhibition by 12 female photographers

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Exhibition ended on October 31,2007 (Wed).


The "PHOTO IS" gallery on the 1st floor of FUJIFILM SQUARE is pleased to announce a pulsating photographic exhibition featuring a collection of photos from leading female photographers. The exhibition, which runs from Friday, September 28 through to Wednesday, October 31 is entitled "Pink, Pink, Pink."

he Fujifilm Group is a strong supporter of the Pink Ribbon Campaign which aims to raise awareness of breast cancer among women, and promote early examination and treatment to reduce the mortality rate from this disease. In line with the campaign, Fujifilm is hosting an exhibition of photographs taken by 12 professional female photographers currently active in the fields of advertising and magazine photography on the theme of "pink." Each of the 12 photographers seeks to display their own expression of the color pink. You are hereby cordially invited to come and experience for yourself the warmth, the gentleness, the femininity and the vitality of the color pink.

In addition, at 3pm on Saturday, September 29, photographer Kumiko Sakai and musician Kaori Kawamura will take part in a talk show, and a number of the photographers whose works will be on display will hold a public photographic session.

Talk Show

Date and time

September 29 (Sat) (15:00 -- 16:00)


Kumiko Sakai (photographer), Kaori Kawamura (musician)

※Please note that the deadline for applications to attend the talk show is 17:00 on Friday, September 14.

Kumiko Sakai

[ Kumiko Sakai ]
Kumiko Sakai joined the advertising division of Japan Airlines (JAL) where she worked as a member of staff and a JAL advertising photographer. In January 2007, she left JAL and currently works as a freelance photographer on advertising assignments. Among the many awards she has won are the prestigious Nikkei Advertising Award and the Mainichi Advertising Design Award.

Kaori Kawamura

[ Kaori Kawamura ]
Kaori Kawamura is a half-Japanese, half-Russian musician who made her professional debut in 1988 at the age of 17. She has also worked as a model and an actress, appearing in several TV dramas and films. After giving birth to her first daughter in 2001, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, and in 2004 underwent a mastectomy. After an intensive course of treatment, she made a comeback in 2005. Her autobiography "Helter Skelter" has been published by Takarajima Co., Ltd.

Exhibition - related Event

FUJIFILM SQUARE is also displaying to relate the "Pink Ribbon movement" to coincide with "Pink Ribbon Festival 2007" in October. Art director Sayuri Shoji has directed both the photographic exhibition and the art design for the Pink Ribbon Festival on the 1st floor of FUJIFILM SQUARE. In addition, 40 winning entries, including the work awarded the Prize for Excellence, in the Asahi Shimbun-sponsored Third Pink Ribbon Design Grand Prix competition will be displayed from October 1. FUJIFILM SQUARE is another event taking place to coincide with The Pink Ribbon Smile Walk, and will be held on Sunday, October 7. A range of promotions at FUJIFILM SQUARE, including a breast cancer awareness raising campaign, explanations of mammography screening examinations, and free samples of healthcare products at the Healthcare Check Corner are also planned to further support the Pink Ribbon campaign.

We very much hope that visitors to FUJIFILM SQUARE will take the opportunity to view the "Pink, Pink, Pink" exhibition and, at the same time, raise their awareness of breast cancer and the importance of screening examinations for the detection of breast cancer.

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