miho kajioka

Miho Kajioka, (b. Feb. 21. 1973, Japan)
Living in Kyoto


Concordia University, Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1998

San Francisco Art Institute, Department of Painting, 1995


And, where did the peacocks go? Corden Potts Gallery, San Francisco, USA (March 23 to April 29)
And, where did the peacocks go?, Galerie VU', Paris, France (June 8 to September 2)
Et, où les paons sont-ils allés ?, Festival La Gacilly Photo, France (June 3 to September 30)
Grace and Ruin, SeeLevel Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherland
And, where did the peacocks go?, Central Colombo Americano, Bogota, Colombia
Renaissance Photography Prize, Getty Images Gallery, London, UK (Group)
And, did the peacocks go?, ARTBO, Bogota, Colombia (Solo)
And, where did the peacocks go?, Twenty 14 Contemporary, Milan, Italy (Solo)
UNREAL, M2 Gallery, Sydney, Australia (Group)
LAYERS, Microprisma, Rome, Italy (Solo)
as it is, Fotografika galerie, Gland, Switzerland (Solo)
Balade(s) Parcours Photographique, Galerie Le Neuf, Lodève, France (Group)
Boutographies, Montpellier, France (Group)
Catching tails, Linke., Milan, (Group)
As It is, Centro Italiano della Fotografia d’Autore, Bibbiena, Italy (Group)
Reality and Emotion, Valid Foto BCN Gallery, Barcelona (Group)


A book, ‘And, where did the peacocks go?’ was selected as one of 33 books in The Experts Selection at Kassel Photobook Award 2017, Kassel, Germany
Longlisted for Steidl Book Award Japan 2016, Tokyo, Japan
Shortlisted for LUMA Dummy Book Award Arles, Arles, France
The runner-up for best series, Renaissance Photo Prize, London, UK
Visitor Award, Portfolio Review, Dusseldorf Photoweekend, Dusseldorf, Germany
Finalist, 2014 Emergentes dst 2014 at Encontros da Imagem, Braga, Portugal
Finalist, 2014 Voies Off Prize, Arles, France
Finalist, 2014 Boutographies, Montpellier, France
One of the three finalists, 2013 Portfolio Italia, Gran Premio Epson, Bibbiena, Italy
First place, 2013 Fotoleggendo Award, Roma, Italy


2011 – 2016
Producer, Researcher and Fixer, Freelance

Work as a producer and fixer for foreign television channels and production companies, such as CBS, Swiss Broadcasting Corporation, France 24, ORF (Austrian Broadcasting).
RAI(Radiotelevisione Italiana)

2007 – 2011
Producer, Television News, Rede Record (Record TV) Asia Branch, Tokyo
2004 – 2007
Director, Foreign News Section, Fuji Television Network, inc., Tokyo