Miki Hasegawa, born in 1973 in Fukuoka, Japan, lives and works in Kanagawa.She earned her B.A. degree in Human Environmental Science and in Design from Showa Women’s University, After working as an architect for several years, she started working as a professional photographer. In recent years she has been expressing what exactly maternal love is, while dealing with the social issues facing Japanese women and children.
She was one of the 100 chosen for the 2014 the Review Santa Fe.
Her work, "Jewels", was selected as one of the LensCulture Emerging Talents 2014 Top 50, and received high acclaim. Hasegawa's first handmade book, "The Path Of Million Pens" has been selected as one of the finalist of 2014 Unseen Dummy Award. and received high praise throughout the world, being selected for various global photography collection fairs. In 2019, she published "Internal Notebook", a photo book about child abuse, by an Italian publisher "CEIBA editions". The book has won awards in the U.S. and Peru. She is currently working on a project on the social issues of children and women in Japan.
Signed Internal Notebook
Out of Stock