Shirakawa Yoshikazu exhibition
Eternal Japan/ The Earth
Feb. 27—May. 9, 2021
- Feb. 27—May. 9, 2021
- Closed Mondays (except when Monday falls on a holiday, in which case the museum is open and closed the following day)
- Admission：Adults ¥700 * Admission is free for elementary-school children or younger; junior high school students living or attending schools in the Tokyo metropolitan area, holders of Japan’s disability identification cards (shogaisha techo) together with two caregiver, and holders of the museum’s annual passport together with one accompanying person. * Multiple discounts do not apply.
Sunset light on Meakandake
The Tokyo Photographic Art Museum is please to announce that it will present two major compilations of the work of Shirakawa Yoshikazu in two series, each exhibited over an approximately month-long period. The first part, Eternal Japan, Series 11, introduces the sublimely beautiful natural world of Japan. It is filled with the artist’s hope that this series will help restore the pride and spirit of the people of Japan. The second part, The Earth, Series 12, is Shirakawa’s latest work. In it, he presents selections that suit his image of our earthly universe from a body of work that he has been photographing for over fifty years, since he published Alps. Using the latest digital technology, he recreates them with a sense of scale not possible in the past.
The first part: Eternal Japan [Mar. 20—Apr. 19, 2020]
The second part: The Earth [Apr. 21—May. 17, 2020]
□ Sponsored by Toppan Printing Co., Ltd.
□ Supported by Shogakukan Inc.