"Big Newspaper Project" in Guggenheim Museum of New York PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ken Sato   
Tuesday, 02 April 2013 14:40

Ken Sato, the director of Big Picture, collaborated with a eccentric Japanese artiest, Miyuki Nishizawa, as known as Newspaper Woman, at Guggenheim Museum in NY city in March 8th 2013.

"Big Newspaper Project" was a part of Miyuki's art performance at Guggenheim in March 8th. Ken designed the giant newspaper and it was used during her performance.


Currently the Guggenheim is holding the exhibition, Gutai: Splendid Playground, which presents the creative spectrum of Japan’s most influential avant-garde collective of the postwar era.


The performance was hommage to Shozo Shimamoto, co-founder of Gutai and recently pass away at the age to 85. Miyuki and Ken are students of Shimamoto.

Please see the detail of the event at Guggenheim website.
Art After Dark at the Guggenheim


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Newspaper Woman with Big Picture at Guggenheim Museum

and Here:

Big Picture at Guggenheim Museum




From Guggenheim museum website.



BPR 2010 Summer!!!! PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 02 August 2010 17:06

Big Picture Rochester 2010 Summer!





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McCrory Panorama Project PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 14 July 2010 16:00

Big Picture Rochester 2010

McCrory Building Panorama Project 2010

Art for Kenichiro Sato
Business for Gerard D. Dimarco

Photographer: Sheridan Vincent
Digital Frame, Bricks and Stones were made by: Kenichiro Sato

Suported by
City of Rochester

Special Thanks to:
Shin Sato, Fumiko Koizumi

This web photo gallery pictures were taken by
Sheridan Vincent, Fumiko Koizumi, and Kenichiro Sato

Installation day: May 15, 2010
Building Address: 196 East Main St. Rochester NY































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Written by Ken Sato   
Friday, 04 September 2009 11:54


Celebrating Rochester’s 175th Anniversary




area1.jpgOpen 24H, Sep 1st 2009 - Summer 2010,

Main St. between Plymouth Av. to Chestnut St.

Addmission Free


In celebration of Rochester’s one-hundred and seventy-fifth anniversary a series of historic photographs have been placed in the windows of many of Main Street’s buildings that today stand where the original enterprises once served their patrons.


The images were greatly enlarged, reproduced and posted by Ken Sato. These early photographs were found in Rochester’s Downtown, a book written by Donovan Shilling that effectively records those bygone days. For decades Rochesterians found Main Street a magnet for shopping, dining and trading. This was especially true of the two-mile long expanse of shops and stores that reached from the intersection of West Main and Broad Streets to the intersection of East Main Street and Goodman Street.

area2.jpgBy taking a walk by those “windows into the past” and examining the exceptional images one may well recapture a sense of that vibrant spirit of enterprise that made Rochester great. By also reading the captions below the large photographs one can learn much about the location, architecture, and nature of the many noteworthy buildings that once graced our downtown making it a most attractive place for business, entertainment and shopping.

The photo image project is a joint venture with the City of Rochester and a number of local sponsors in whose building windows the photos were displayed. Leading the project was Attorney Gerard D. DiMarco in collaboration with Ken Sato and Donovan A. Shilling.




YouTube Videos PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ken Sato   
Monday, 14 July 2008 10:25

These are videos of installation of big pictures.


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Downtown Photo Gallery Project 2008






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