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Exhibitions at Photo History Museum FujiFilm Square

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Photo History Museum FujiFilm Square
7-3 Akasaka, 9-chome, Minato-ku
107-0052 Tokyo

+81-3-62713350


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Daily 10-19

Taiji Arita

First Born

First Born

Time Spent Playing with Family

23 May – 28 Aug 2024
A rare exhibit of Taiji Arita's "First Born" series showcases family photographs capturing universal love and playful innocence. Originally published in the 1970s, these rediscovered works were brought to light again in 2012. The collection reflects Arita's unique blend of portrait, snapshot, and performance elements, capturing the essence of family play and freedom.
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Photo History Museum FujiFilm Square
7-3 Akasaka, 9-chome, Minato-ku
107-0052 Tokyo

+81-3-62713350


fujifilmsquare.jp/en/

Daily 10-19

Yōichi Midorikawa

MÄRCHEN OF THE SETO INLAND SEA

Photos by Yoichi Midorikawa, Magician of Light

4 Jan – 27 Mar 2024

FujiFilm SquareJP

Photo History Museum FujiFilm Square
7-3 Akasaka, 9-chome, Minato-ku
107-0052 Tokyo

+81-3-62713350


fujifilmsquare.jp/en/

Daily 10-19

Serkan Günes

WITHIN

WITHIN

2 Feb – 15 Feb 2024
Swedish Lapland is the last remaining vestige of pristine wilderness in Europe located in the Arctic part of Sweden. Serkan Günes was attracted by its beautiful nature and moved to the Lapland from Stockholm. Serkan Günes has been shooting photography within his dream destination Swedish Lapland.
What sets this wilderness in Lapland apart is the “light”: the atmospheric glow of a midsummer night, and midwinter twilight. From dusk to dawn, when the deep-frozen landscape shifts in shades o… more

FujiFilm SquareJP

Photo History Museum FujiFilm Square
7-3 Akasaka, 9-chome, Minato-ku
107-0052 Tokyo

+81-3-62713350


fujifilmsquare.jp/en/

Daily 10-19

Nobuo Michelangelo Takano

Anthology

The Japanese Photographer loved by VOGUE Brasil

16 Jun – 6 Jul 2023

FujiFilm SquareJP

Photo History Museum FujiFilm Square
7-3 Akasaka, 9-chome, Minato-ku
107-0052 Tokyo

+81-3-62713350


fujifilmsquare.jp/en/

Daily 10-19

The Crystallization of Photographic Expression and Technique

30 Mar – 28 Jun 2023

The FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo History Museum is pleased to present the second part of the FUJIFILM Photo Collection Special Exhibition featuring a carefully selected group of works from the Collection rearranged for this special exhibition.


Since the FUJIFILM Photo Collection was established in 2014 on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of FUJIFILM Corporation, its guiding principle has been to protect photographic culture. Ranging from the late Edo period through the Meiji era to the pr… more

FujiFilm SquareJP

Photo History Museum FujiFilm Square
7-3 Akasaka, 9-chome, Minato-ku
107-0052 Tokyo

+81-3-62713350


fujifilmsquare.jp/en/

Daily 10-19

Shoji Ueda

Photos from Shiroi Kaze

Taken with a Vest Pocket Camera

30 Jun – 28 Sep 2022

FujiFilm SquareJP

Photo History Museum FujiFilm Square
7-3 Akasaka, 9-chome, Minato-ku
107-0052 Tokyo

+81-3-62713350


fujifilmsquare.jp/en/

Daily 10-19

W. Eugene Smith

Through the Eyes of a Photojournalist

Through the Eyes of a Photojournalist

Truths Revealed in Photographs

5 Nov – 25 Nov 2021
The American photographer W. Eugene Smith made a significant impact on the history of photojournalism. The works on display are from the Aileen M. Smith Collection at The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto.

Smith (1918–1978) worked for Life and several other pictorial magazines during the golden age of photojournalism in the 1930s and 1950s. Always placing himself in the shoes of his subjects, Smith brought a humanist perspective to his passionate photographs, which question the nature of n… more

FujiFilm SquareJP

Photo History Museum FujiFilm Square
7-3 Akasaka, 9-chome, Minato-ku
107-0052 Tokyo

+81-3-62713350


fujifilmsquare.jp/en/

Daily 10-19

Shoji Otake

COLOR DREAMS

COLOR DREAMS

Back then when Color Photographs Dreamed

20 Jul – 19 Oct 2021
Shoji Otake left a major mark on postwar Japanese photography, working as a cameraman for GHQ immediately after the war with color film that was difficult to procure at the time. He was affiliated with various magazines and advertising media, capturing Japan’s rapid economic growth period in the 1960s. he was also known for his “Color Ladies” fashion photography series presented at Fuji Foto Salon. This exhibition features 30 of his works reprinted with the latest technology.
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Ikkō Narahara

Where Time Has Vanished

Where Time Has Vanished

9 Jun – 30 Sep 2016
Narahara Ikko held his first solo exhibition Ningen no tochi (Human Land) in 1956, the year he worked, among others, with artists Ay-O (a.k.a. Takao Iijima) and Ikeda Masuo; an exhibition that generated great response and made him known as photographer to the Japanese public and the Japanese art world. Documentary photography from an individual point of view was what opened the way for new photographic expression after World War II and it was Narahara Ikko who was one of the pioneers of this sty… more