Da-End Gallery is showing ‘Nippon-ismes an exhibition which brings together eight photographers from different generations whose works, from either a journalistic or visual approach to the medium, all question contemporary Japanese identity and culture. The theme of the Japanese city, the urban sprawl and its tentacle like extension into the landscape is one of the guiding themes of the exhibition which joins together the artists Daido Moriyama (born in 1938), Toshio Shibata (born in 1949) and Kyochi Tsuzuki (born in 1956).
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