The Nature of Japan Exhibition Poster“The Nature of Japan”
Seasonal Transition
Nature’s Tapestry of
Asperity and Happiness

Martin’s first solo exhibition, “The Nature of Japan: Seasonal Transition” will be held from Dec 23rd to 30th in the H.A.C. Gallery in Minami Aoyama, Tokyo.

(Japanese page / 日本語のページはこちら)


In this exhibition Bailey portrays the vast variety of conditions and color in Japanese Nature. From the asperity of the northern winters, and the animals that bear the harshness, to the serene and sometimes explosive colors of the other three seasons.

This exhibition celebrates and benchmarks Bailey’s move to full time professional photography in October 2010, with all images exhibited being made during the five years from late 2005 to 2010.

Dates and Times

December 23-30, 11:00-19:00 each day, except the 23rd, when the show will open at 12:00.

Opening Reception

There will be an opening party on the 23rd of December, from 17:30 to 19:30. If you bring a bottle, please bear in mind that red wine is prohibited by the gallery owners. Anything else is fine.

Gallery Talks

Martin will be at the exhibition every day, and will on request provide a gallery talk in either English or Japanese. He’ll also be available to answer any questions that you might have about the images or their making.


H.A.C. Gallery – B1F, Minami Aoyama 2-11-15, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, 107-0062. Tel +81-3-5772-6225

H.A.C. Gallery Map

If you have any questions about the exhibition, please contact us via the contact form.

We hope to see you at the show in December!

Click on the thumbnail to view a slightly larger version of the exhibition poster. Many thanks to Marcus Bain for help with the design of the poster.

Previous Exhibitions

View previous exhibition information is here.

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