Bruce Osborn (USA) Desperate to save the family business, the son fought mountainous waves getting the boat out into safer waters. Unable to contact family, he passed along an agonizing night at sea. Returning to port in the morning, he couldn’t recognize where he was. Nothing was there, including their home. Later he was relieved to find that his family was safe and sound. Website Oyako Photo Matsuri is a group exhibition on parents and children at FCCJ (Foreign Correspondences’ Club of Japan) Great East Japan Earthquake / Fukushima, Japan / 2011
PHOTOVILLE – New York City’s premier photo festival is coming to Los Angeles and my OYAKO photos will be one of the 50+ exhibitions. https://photoville.la/oyako-japanese-parents-children/ It’s a free event at the Annenberg Space for Photography from April 26 – 28 and May 2 -5. Hope to see you there! https://photoville.la
Bruce Osborn’s new book “Oyako: An Ode to Parents and Children” won Golden Winner on People – Family category on TIFA (TOKYO INTERNATIONAL FOTO AWARDS) site. Please check the article from HERE Books can be purchased from HERE
When Bruce Osborn first photographed punk musicians and their parents in 1982, he had no way of knowing that it would turn out to be a life-long project of over 7,000 photo shoots, covering Japanese society in all its variety from musicians, sushi chefs, and monks, to sports figures, adult film actresses, celebrities and the family next door.
Oyako Day 2018 video clip on Yahoo! News. Directed by Toshi Inomata who was also the was director the Oyako Movie This year’s Oyako Day Exhibition starts on September 14th at Olympus Gallery Tokyo. Please clickHERE to view Yahoo! News.