/ 2020 / Nature / Flowers


  • Prize
    Bronze in Nature/Flowers
  • Photographer
    Miwako Iwamoto

At the end of it’s life, a flower takes many appearances. Falling, deflating, dancing, spilling …The lighted flowers, embossed in shadow.Sometimes, as they approach the boundary of life and death, flowers have a grotesque beauty.Such beauty, only witnessed at the end of the flower’s life, is due to the nobility that exists as, courageously holding onto life, its form collapses closer to death, when, in a final expression of dignity, it succumbs to the ultimate dying moment.

Resident in Tokyo.Masters of Fine Arts, Imaging Arts Photography concentration, Rochester Institute of Technology (U.S.A).After she worked as a designer in the field of Living materials for printing space in Dai Nippon Printing, starts as a freelance photographer.As a artist, she continues to take photographs to being free from “thoughts”, with the theme of capturing beautiful moments that shine in everyday life. In addition to expressing an introspective view of the world through a variety of subjects, she also creates a combination of “photographs and poetry.”

Awards Exhibitions
2019.11 9th Discover the one Japanese Art 2019 in AbuDhabi
2019 Art Photograph group show vol.46, RECTO VERSO GALLERY TOKYO
2019 “STILL ALIVE“ PICTORICO Gallery Omotesando TOKYO
2014 “Untitle mole” Yellow Unicorn Kokubunji TOKYO

2020 ONAEBA vol.27 Julia Durkin Nominate
2020 Honorable Mention Fine Art-Portrait Professional IPA
2020 PX3 Nature/Flowers-Professional Bronze
2017.11 accepted CENTRAL PHOTO CONTEST accepted Nagoya
2014.10 accepted JPVAA WEB PHOTO CONTEST