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FUJIFILM SQUARE PHOTO HISTORY MUSEUM
FUJIFILM SQUARE Photo Exhibition
Showa Children - smiling through good times and bad!
A photo exhibition to mark the 90th year since the start of the Showa period

Date : September 11 - 30, 2015

Showa Children - smiling through good times and bad! A photo exhibition to mark the 90th year since the start of the Showa period

This year commemorates 70 years since the end of World War II. It also marks the 90th year since the beginning of the Showa period. This was a period of remarkable fortunes for Japan, spanning the Sino-Japanese War, the Second World War and ....

Pioneer of Photojournalism — a Photo Exhibition by
Margaret Bourke-White

Date : August 1 – November 2, 2015

Pioneer of Photojournalism — a Photo Exhibition by Margaret Bourke-White

During WWII, Margaret Bourke-White was the only foreign photojournalist to cover the German invasion of Moscow, and the first ever female to be appointed as the official photographer for the US Air Force. Bourke-White traveled to ....

National Geographic - the global truth
(An exhibition to mark 20 years of the Japanese language version of the National Geographic magazine)

Date : October 30 - November 18, 2015

National Geographic - the global truth (An exhibition to mark 20 years of the Japanese language version of the National Geographic magazine)

For 127 years, the National Geographic Society has continuously published its magazine featuring detailed articles and dynamic photographs of a diverse array of topics related to the natural world. The magazine is currently translated into ....

Jacques Henri Lartigue
- the world's greatest amateur photographer

Date : November 3, 2015 - February 1, 2016

Jacques Henri Lartigue - the world's greatest amateur photographer

The first time that the photographic works of Jacques Henri Lartigue came to light was at a retrospective exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1963, when Lartigue was already 69 years of age. ....

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