Five Years after the Fukushima Earthquake, Intimate Photographs Remember a Devastated Japan
What role can photography play in recording and reflecting on natural disasters and human-made catastrophes? Where does the boundary lie between documentation and art? How do images inform our collective memory? These are some of the questions ...
Exhibit Reflects on Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami
Wall Street Journal
'April 25, 2011, Yamada, Iwate Prefecture' from the ongoing series 'Untitled Records' by Keizo Kitajima. In this series, Kitajima aims to provide 'a graphic testimony...to reflect on the past and future of our time.' 'In The Wake: Japanese ...
Five years after Fukushima: Japan Society remembers disaster with expanded show
... toxic mushrooms and the ruins of one artist's home, where his mother died in the tsunami. by Gabriella Angeleti | 11 March 2016. Five years after Fukushima: Japan Society remembers disaster with expanded show. Kitajima Keizo, April 25, 2011, Yamada.
Far-flung treats under 1 downtown Tokyo roof
The Japan News
According to a PR representative of Tokyo Rakutenchi, President Keizo Yamada wanted to help people in provincial areas that are suffering from sluggish business. Yamada felt the company had not done enough for such areas, although many local people ...