James Whitlow Delano, ‘Relentless flow of Tokyo commuters up to the subway, Japan’, 2005, Sous Les Etoiles Gallery

James Whitlow Delano (b. 1960), is an American-born photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. Working mainly in black and white, James Whitlow Delano employs his signature style of vignette and partial defocus to display a quiet subject immersed in moments of passage.
As one of today’s foremost photographers of Asia, Delano’s work is held in the permanent collections of La Triennale di Milano Fine Arts Museum (Milano, Italy); Museum of Fine Arts (Houston, TX); Museo Fotografia Contemporanea (Milano, Italy); Museum of Photographic Arts’ Dubois Library (San Diego, CA); Noorderlicht Photography Festival (Groningen, Netherlands); and the Permanent Leica Book Archive (Solms, Germany). James Whitlow Delano is a grantee of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.

Signature: Signed and numbered on the back by the artist.

About James Whitlow Delano