Born in Japan in 1978, Takashi Arai is a contemporary daguerreotypist who uses this technique specially to deal with a particularly sensitive subject in a country that knew Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and is now confronted by the after-effects of Fukushima: the nuclear question.
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