McCaffrey Fine Art is very proud to present Enokura, Nomura, Takamatsu: Photographs 1968–1979, an exhibition of ground-breaking conceptual photoworks, most of which have never been seen in the United States. The exhibition will be on view from August 11th through September 26th.
Koji Enokura (1942–1995), Hitoshi Nomura (b. 1945), and Jiro Takamatsu (1936–1998) were and are non-traditional practitioners of photography working in genres including performance, sculpture, painting, music, and video. They are part of a generation of artists that emerged during the later 1960s who used the precision of photography’s registration of time, motion, and space to reveal physical truths and structures of meaning that are otherwise unapparent.