TOHOKU -Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers
The Tohoku exhibition is curated by Kotaro Iizawa, who is recognized as the leading expert of photography critics in Japan. This exhibition is composed of the work of nine individual photographers and one photographers’ group.
Bucharest, Sos. Bucuresti Nord nr. 15-23, Voluntari, Ilfov (Bucharest, Romania)Map
By presenting the viewpoints of highly individualistic photographers who represent the past, present, and future, this exhibition aims to enhance understanding of culture, climate, and life in Tohoku to the people of the world. Curator: Kotaro Iizawa（photo critic） In cooperation with: The Photographic Society of Japan Photographers: Teisuke Chiba (1917–65), Ichiro Kojima (1924 -64), Hideo Haga (1921-), Masatoshi Naito (1938-), Hiroshi Oshima (1944-), Naoya Hatakeyama (1958-), Meiki Lin(1969-), Masaru Tatsuki(1974-), Sendai Collection, Nao Tsuda (1976-) Project partners: Japan Embassy in Romania, Japan Foundation, Japanese Department – University of Bucharest, Epson, Fujitsu, Bucureștiul meu Drag Partners PostModernism Museum: Swan Technology Park, Modernism.ro, Erka Synergy Communication The exhibition in Romania is part of the international event present in Romania and Bucharest – White Night of the Museums, on May 16, 2015.