IBASHO means 'a place where you can be yourself' in Japanese. IBASHO is a gallery in Antwerp that opened her doors in March 2015, showing fine art Japanese photography ranging from works by well-known Japanese photographers to younger contemporary Japanese artists as well as works from Western photographers who were inspired by Japan. IBASHO hopes to show the versatility and beauty of Japanese photography in its many guises, from the raw and unpolished to the minimalist and still. As photo books are an important medium for presenting photography in Japan, IBASHO also deals in new and antiquarian Japanese photo books. IBASHO also publishes its own photo books together with Paris-based publisher the(M) éditions.
Antwerp, Belgium 2000
+32 3 216 20 28
Martijn van Pieterson, Annemarie Zethof
Albarrán Cabrera, Werner Bischof, Yukari Chikura, Eikoh Hosoe, Casper Faassen, Hitoshi Fugo, Hiroshi Hamaya, Mikiko Hara, Mika Horie, Sayuri Ichida, Yoko Ikeda, Ariko Inaoka, Hideyuki Ishibashi, Keiichi Ito, Miho Kajioka, Ken Kitano, Nobuyuki Kobayashi, Margaret Lansink, Sean Lotman, Daido Moriyama, Yoshinori Mizutani, Asako Narahashi, Kiyoshi Niiyama, Naoyuki Ogino, Kumi Oguro, Photographer Hal, Toshio Shibata, Sudi, Ryudai Takano, Norio Takasugi, Motohiro Takeda, Yoshihiro Tatsuki, Tokyo Rumando, Hiromi Tsuchida, Toru Ukai, Toshiya Watanabe