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Edward Levinson is an American fine art and editorial photographer specializing in pinhole photography. Born in Richmond, Virginia, he has lived in Japan since 1979. His work is regularly exhibited in Japan, the U.S.A., and Europe and he has held more than 30 solo exhibitions. His pinhole and lens photographs appear in many Japanese books and magazines as well as in English publications about Japan. His photo book "Timescapes Japan" received First Prize Award in one of the book categories of the "Prix de la Photographie Paris 2007". His book "Edo's Lessons in Pinhole Photography - Photography for Slow Life" is published in Japanese by Iwanami Publishing. He conducts pinhole photography workshops and maintains a gallery of his work at his country home/studio in Kamogawa, Chiba Prefecture Japan. Visit his personal website at

Artist Statement - "Healing Landscapes" In the troubled world in which we live there is a need for beauty and for images that are soothing to the mind and spirit. Deep inside ourselves we know a vision of a peaceful world exists. I believe each person has inner landscapes representing various aspects of their being. Discovering these inner landscapes promotes both inner and outer peace.

by Edward Levinson

Edward Levinson Japan

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