Photographer / Film director
Mika Ninagawa has been accredited with the “Kimura Ihei Photography Award” in Japan. In 2007, she directed her first film “SAKURAN” to start off her career as a film director. Her second film “Helter Skelter” in 2012 recorded more than 2.2 billion Japanese yen at the box office.
Mika Ninagawa is represented by Tomio Koyama Gallery and she is also one of the executive board members for the 2020 Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. In 2016, her retrospective “MIKA NINAGAWA” was held in Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei. In 2017, her solo exhibition took place in Shanghai and was well received by the audiences.