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Nature, People, and Life of Tohoku Can be Seen in Moscow Now
30.07.2014 12:28
Nature, People, and Life of Tohoku Can be Seen in Moscow Now

Today the Classical Photography Gallery opens an exhibition dedicated to the Tohoku Region, the one most damaged by the earthquake in Japan on March 11, 2011.

      The exhibition Tohoku: Nature, People and Life consists of nine photographers’ works associated with Tohoku. The authors use a set of expressive means to present various generations of people living there.

      Showing a wide range of photos from the 1940s to the most progressive modern pictures, the exhibition curators aim to show deep charms of Tohoku as seen by each of the photographers who connect the past, the present and the future.

      The photo exhibition is no report on the disaster aftermath, but an attempt to show the nature to Tohoku, its people and their everyday life.

      The exhibition runs till September 7.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo Exhibitions Photography Exhibitions in Moscow Japan  

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