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Photo Exhibition of Junichi Takahashi to Run in Moscow
28.07.2014 17:28
Photo Exhibition of Junichi Takahashi to Run in Moscow

It is going to be the first exhibition of the Japanese photographer Junichi Takahashi in Russia.

      His project Nippon-Jin brings together portraits of the Japanese of all ages and professions: from bank clerks to common workers. The number of people involved in the project is already coming to one thousand.

      The exhibition was a great success in New York, Singapore, Sydney, Taiwan, Japan and Australia.

      The exhibition will run in the Gallery of Classical Photography from July 30 to September 7.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Japan   

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