PHOTO HISTORY MUSEUM ～ History of Photography ・more than 170 years ～s
The Photo History Museum is a rare venue where you can learn about the history of photography and progress of cameras through viewing and touching exhibits. Enjoy our collection displayed in three categories.
The copies of exhibit catalog covering the history of photography are available at the
museum (1,000 yen).
Noon Star — a photo exhibition by Takeshi Mizukoshi
<Part 1> Between Heaven and Earth — the Japanese Alps February 2 - March 31, 2016
<Part 2> Sanctuary of Prayer — Virgin Forests April 1 - May 31, 2016
The Noon Star exhibition is divided into two parts to introduce selected images from the extensive body of works that Mizukoshi has built up over the past half century. The exhibition is composed entirely of monochrome prints including vintage prints that Mizukoshi developed himself some 40 years ago, and is divided into two separate themes: the Japanese Alps and Virgin Forests. The exhibition illustrates the earnest way in which Mizukoshi approaches his work, and his lifelong penchant for monochrome portrayals.