This exhibition presents the genealogy of photographic history from the dawn of photography to the present day through carefully selected photographs from some 20,000 pieces of the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum’s photography collection.
Although today’s digitalization has made it easy for anyone to take photographs, taking a picture and printing it required a great deal of effort in the past. We hope visitors can rediscover the thoughts and charm our predecessors put into a single photograph by glimpsing into nearly 200 years of photographic history alongside the works created through trial and error.
Jul 16, 2023 (Sun)～Aug 27, 2023 (Sun)
Closed: Mondays, except on July 17, national holiday; closed on July 18
Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Reception closes at 4:30 p.m.)
Venue: Special Exhibition Galleries 1-4 in the Main Building and Permanent Exhibition Galleries 6-8 in the New Wing of Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Host: Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Admission: 1,000 (800) yen for adults, 600 (500) yen for high school/university students, and 300 (200) yen for elementary/junior high school students.
The permanent exhibition in the New Wing’s galleries is included in the price of admission. On Saturdays, admission is free for elementary and junior high school students. Prices in parentheses are reduced rates available to groups of 20 or more people, senior citizens aged 65 or older, and TFAM LINE official account followers. Admission is half-price for challenged individuals and one attendant.