The Rivington School or Wat
Toyo Tsuchiya

From the book Rivington School or Wat by Amr G. Shaker:

'Apart from his activities as a director of No Se No, Toyo Tsuchiya has done an excellent job in photo-documenting the history of the Rivington School. As a result, without his contributions, this book would have been impossible to produce.

Tsuchiya is a professional photographer who is very conscious of the spontaneous value of events; and like all reporters, he is in constant quest for the right “moment”. According to him, the streets feature unique qualities: these of the unpredictable and the ephemeral. In documenting the Rivington School on a regular basis “because no two days were alike”, he has succeeded in capturing a “moment” that will go down in history.

Among other activities, Tsuchiya also prepares artists portfolios, and dabbles in Xerox art and artistic photography.'

 


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No Se No 99 Nights
No Se No Photo Installation
Sculpture Garden painted white
Six O'Clock Observed
Metropolitan Museum
Terrance in superman costume
Community Garden
Asako and Gerry at Mars Bar
Chess Players in Chinatown
Adam Purple
Henry McKeane
Mars Bar Wall 2004
Mars Bar Wall 2003
Taylor Mead with muralist
Drag Queen at Wigstock
Eric, Art Around the Park
Allen Street
Rivington Street
Puerto Rican Bike Club
Sweet Ice Vendor
Rachelle Garniez
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