Japanese photographer Rinko Kawauchis work is marked by its serene and poetic style. She often depicts the ordinary moments in life, concentrating attention on what might otherwise be overlooked or taken for granted. Her images contain a sense of openness; liberated from the restriction that photography is just a documentary. In producing her images, the questions of when or where do not play a role, freeing them from limitations of time and space and allowing the viewer access to the universal visual languages they communicate. Between Heaven and Earth On Rinko Kawauchi, an essay by Tetsuro Ishida, completes this simple and elegant collection of her work.