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Photograph Exhibition: Nahjejida

Author:Tsukuba Museum of Art, Issue: July 2003, Topic: Events

Sponsors: Tsukuba City, Nahjejida Executive Committee
8th (Tue.) July to 13th (Sun.)
Tsukuba Museum of Art, Ibaraki
Entrance: FREE

Photographer/Director: Seiichi Motohashi
Seiichi Motohashi went to Chernobyl for the first time in 1991. He visited reactor 4 of the nuclear power station and the hospitals in the contaminated region. For the past five years he has continually revisited the scene of events and photographed the people who confront the catastrophe with the courage of despair. Since he believes that "film can only emerge from a close relationship to reality" he has spent an extended period living with them, and has come to the conclusion that they have a fulfilled life, despite the enormous problems of daily existence and the danger of radioactivity they constantly face. Included are photographs from "Mugen hoyo", "Nadya's Village" and "Alexei and the Spring".

Tsukuba Museum of Art, Ibaraki

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