The second chapter of the project Tokyo-Ga is entitled Invisible Existences. Whereas the first chapter preferred distance, this chapter prefers closeness and black-and-white. In solidarity with the recent events that have shaken Japan, the curator Naoko Ohta has conceived a large-scale photography project.
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