The Japan Foundation holds an exhibition entitled “Paysages Croisés” to explore a present landscape of urban cities in Japan through photos and films by Daido Moriyama, Junko Takahashi, Takuji Kogo, Motomichi Nakamura and others at the world’s largest event for Japanese culture in Paris.
What do you see in the scenery of urban city? What kind of reference model are we looking for in there? We would like you to seek messages such as people’s activities, expressions of feelings, and signs for changes of society through photos and films and immerse yourself in the landscape of Japan.
Date:July 5 (Thu) to July 8 (Sun), 2012
|Venue||Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center
|Exhibition Organizer||The Japan Cultural Institute in Paris
(The Japan Foundation)
|Cooperation||Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography|
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