DaichiKoda
Bio/CV
Daichi Koda
Born in 1983 Japanese

幸田大地(こうだ だいち)
1983年静岡県生まれ
[Solo Exhibition]
2014 “Small good lie” RPS gallery in Tokyo
2012 "Bokyaku" in Koryiyama, Fukushima
2012 "Bokyaku" in Tokyo
2010 "Dalit -Untouchable INDIA" in Tokyo
2009 "Dalit -Untouchable INDIA" in Osaka
2009 "Dalit -Untouchable INDIA" in Tokyo
2007 "Living in the conflict Israel/Palestine> in Hamamatsu
2006 "Living in the conflict Israel/Palestine> in Tokyo

[Group Exhibition]
2014 Sept Jamais aussi proche Gallery-T Paris
2014,April Group Exhibition IPC gallery ,TOKYO
2013 Group Exhibition PCO International Photo Exhibition, Guizhou, China
2012 Projection “Land to live on” Bursa photo festival, Bursa, Turkey
2012 Lumix festival for young photojournalism in Hannover, Germany
2011 Group projection "Scene unseen after 3.11 earthquake" in New York and San fransisco, USA (screen projection)
2010 Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts group exhibition Kiyosato photo art museum
2009 Group exibition of awarded photographer of Ueno Hikoma Prize Tokyo etc…

[Publication]
2014 Springboard limited printed edition RPS gallery
2014 Small good lie self published photo book
2014 April “Possibilities of Photography”
2013 Book project participation “Revelations” by Sophie Cavaliero, Lezard Noir
2013 Book project participation “A day in the world” by A DAY.org
2012 First photo book “BOKYAKU”(Mado publishing)
2011 “The eyes of 17 photographers” about after 3.11 earthquake (ASAHI publishing) 
   2010 ASIA CAMERA (photo and text) (Dai-san shokan publishing)

[Award]
2014 Unseen photo festival Unseen dummy award Shortlisted exhibited 2013 Photolucida Critical Mass 2013 Finalist
2012 IPA International Photography Award: Honorable Mention
2011 IPA International Photography Award: Honorable Mention
2011 Tokyo documentary photography workshop: Great potential Award
2009 Japan Youth Documentary Photo Contest Outstanding performance Award.
2009 The Japan Photo Arts Academy encouraging prize in Ueno Hikoma Award.
2009 IPA International Photography Award Category: Pro photo essay Honorable Mention

[Collection]
Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts (Japan)