Fair market value: $500
In this series, Edge, Shirobayashi collects images of the edges of earth.
Kiriko Shirobayashi was born and raised in Osaka, Japan. After graduating with a BFA in Photography at Osaka University of Arts she moved to the United States, going on to graduate from the School of Visual Arts with a MFA in Photography and Related Media. She has since lived and worked in New York and Hong Kong.
She has been exhibiting her work in the U.S. and abroad including Allentown Art Museum, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, The Houston Center for Photography, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Allentown Art Museum, Onoma Center (Finland), the 5th Pingyao International Festival (Shaanxi China) and The National Museum of Belarus (Belarus).
She has received awards from GEN ART, and LMCC and has completed residencies at the MacDowell Colony (NH, U.S.A.) Art Farm (NE, U.S.A.), Kala Art Institute (CA, U.S.A.), Headlands Center for the Arts, (CA, U.S.A.), and Santa Fe Art Institute (NM, U.S.A.). Images from the series "Lines" were selected for Photography 21.
She published her first photography book with Nazraeili Press and Tousei in 2010. Along with publication she had photography shows in Tokyo, and Osaka in 2010.