Ebisu: Shoji Ueda at Tokyo Met. Museum of Photography

Shoji Ueda at Tokyo Met. Museum of Photography
The Shoji Ueda exhibition at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography ends tomorrow, February 5, and realizing this morning that I wouldn’t be able to go there tomorrow at all, I headed over to Ebisu this afternoon. I’m glad I made the time, because it was definitely worth seeing — as is just about every exhibit the Tokyo Met “Syabi” ever puts on.

I also had planned to peruse the Vietnam 1954-1975 exhibition while there, but having gotten a late start (as usual for me recently) and having spent so much time looking at the Ueda photos, I ran out of time to see it before they closed for the day. But thankfully that one will still be running for a couple more weeks (through February 19), so I can still go back and see it.

Note: If you go to the museum, make sure to go in through the main entrance, so you can check out the mural-size photos that line the walkway up to the entrance – currently including one of Ueda’s images (see photo).

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