a personal introduction to Japanese photography
I had to go down to the Nadiff A/P/A/R/T bookstore last week and they have a tiny gallery tucked into what must have once been a storage room in the basement. Tending to claustrophobia myself, and having bumped my head a few times on the narrow spiral staircase that descends down there, it may take the prize for my least favorite place to see a photography exhibit.
My current show, Zuisha vol.7 closes in five days. Thanks to all who have stopped by so far.
One of the things that happens with exhibitions, at least with the one who made the photos, is that after looking at the same twenty images over two weeks you really figure out which way you might be headed next.John Sypal's Tokyo Camera Style documents the camera fashion and culture in today's Tokyo.