Tawada Yuki, 'I am in You', 2018, Courtesy of rin art association

Seeing as though touching

Contemporary Japanese Photography vol.19

Sep. 2Dec. 11, 2022

  • Sep. 2Dec. 11, 2022
  • Closed Mondays (except when Monday falls on a holiday, in which case the museum is open and closed the following day)
  • Admission:Adults ¥700(560) / College Students¥560(440) / High School and Junior High School Students, Over 65¥350(280) *The prices in parentheses ( ) are discounted prices for holders of our movie tickets, holders of our annual passport (for the holder and one accompanying person), and various card members. Please refer to Visitor Information for details on our discounts. Discounts cannot be combined with other discounts. *Admission is free for children in elementary school or younger; junior high school students living or attending schools in the Tokyo metropolitan area; holders of Japanese disability identification cards (shogaisha techo), along with up to two caregivers; and holders of the museum’s annual passport (up to four special exhibitions).

This exhibition has been held since 2002 as a venue for fostering a creative spirit for discovering the potential of photography and moving images, finding promising artists, and developing new creative activities. The 19th exhibition will focus on the tactile textures of photographs and moving images and will explore the essence of contemporary photographs and moving images as objet d’art and data.


Mizuki Rui|1983-
Mizuki Rui, "Portraits of a Weed/Urban Geology (dubbed version 3)", 2022

Sawada Hana|1990-
Sawada Hana, "64 Postviews and a Scene at Present”, 2021

Tawada Yuki|1978-
Tawada Yuki, 'I am in You', 2018, Courtesy of rin art association

Nagata Kosuke|1990-
Nagata Kosuke, 'Function Composition', 2019[Reference image]

Iwai Masaru|1975-
Iwai Masaru, "Empirical skies #1"(from Control diaries), 2020, Photo : Shu Yamakawa
©Masaru Iwai, Courtesy of Takuro Someya Contemporary Art

Organized by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, Tokyo Shimbun
With a grant from The Japan Arts Council
Sponsored by the Corporate Membership of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum

*The schedule is subject to change. Any further changes will be announced.