Reversible Destiny: Australian and Japanese contemporary photography
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Reversible Destiny: Australian and Japanese contemporary photography

Tokyo Photographic Art Museum (TOP)

[1] Polixeni Papapetrou, The Visitor, 2012, from the series “Between Worlds.” Courtesy Michael Reid Gallery, Jarvis Dooney Galerie. [2] Maree Clarke, The long journey home 2, 2018. Courtesy Vivien Anderson Gallery. [3] Rosemary Laing, effort and rush #1, 2015. Courtesy Tolarno Galleries. [4] Val Wens, Kawah Ijen 4 (Ijen Crater), 2018, from the series “Banyuwangi.” Courtesy Kronenberg Mais Wright. [5] Ishiuchi Miyako, ひろしま/ hiroshima #88 donor: Okimoto, S., 2010. Courtesy The Third Gallery Aya. [6] Katayama Mari, in the water #008, 2020. Courtesy Akio Nagasawa Gallery.  
[7] Hatakeyama Naoya, 2016. 6. 25 Takata-cho Nagasuka, 2016, from the series “Rikuzentakata.” Courtesy Taka Ishii Gallery. [8] Yokomizo Shizuka, That Day, 2020. Courtesy Wako Works of Art.

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