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Roadside lights I

Born on 1955 in Nakkanai, the utmost northern city of Hokkaido, Northern Japan.
Until the age of 54, he worked as a “salaryman” selling insurance for Japan Post Office.
Mountaineering fan, he discovered Photography when he went climbing the Himalayas in his late twenties. This led him to travel to Tibet, and other Western China regions, Nepal and Pakistan.
As an amateur photographer, he published 2 books: Silkroad (Art Digest Publishing, 2003) and Nirvana (Soubunsha Publishing, 2006)
It is only in 2010 that he decided to become a full time photographer. His main subject since then has been Vending Machines. He then goes on to publish, Merci (Syunichi Nishiyama, 2017), Roadside Lights (ZenFoto Gallery, 2017) and the latest publication Being There (Case Publishing, 2017). Eiji Ohashi's project "Roadside Lights" was acknowledged with the prestigious Higashikawa award in 2018.

Kimino-town Hokkaido Jul., 2017

Lambda Print
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7 3/5 × 11 2/5 in
19.2 × 29 cm
Editions 4-10 of 10 + 0AP
€500
10 2/5 × 15 7/10 in
26.5 × 40 cm
Editions 3-5 of 5 + 2AP
€1,200
23 1/2 × 35 2/5 in
59.8 × 90 cm
Editions 2-5 of 5 + 2AP
€2,500
39 7/10 × 59 4/5 in
100.9 × 152 cm
Editions 1-2 of 2 + 1AP
€8,000
Location
Paris
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Medium
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Included (issued by authorized authenticating body)
Frame
Not included
Series
Roadside lights I

Born on 1955 in Nakkanai, the utmost northern city of Hokkaido, Northern Japan.
Until the age of 54, he worked as a “salaryman” selling insurance for Japan Post Office.
Mountaineering fan, he discovered Photography when he went climbing the Himalayas in his late twenties. This led him to travel to Tibet, and other Western China regions, Nepal and Pakistan.
As an amateur photographer, he published 2 books: Silkroad (Art Digest Publishing, 2003) and Nirvana (Soubunsha Publishing, 2006)
It is only in 2010 that he decided to become a full time photographer. His main subject since then has been Vending Machines. He then goes on to publish, Merci (Syunichi Nishiyama, 2017), Roadside Lights (ZenFoto Gallery, 2017) and the latest publication Being There (Case Publishing, 2017). Eiji Ohashi's project "Roadside Lights" was acknowledged with the prestigious Higashikawa award in 2018.

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