An Exhibition Featuring Work From Japan’s Largest Facebook Photography Page

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With over 300K fans, Tokyo Camera Club is Japan’s largest community of photographers. And despite what their name will have you believe, you don’t have to be Japanese, not take pictures of Japan, to join. Anyone can post photos to their public wall, allowing a committee of curators to select photos to share based only on aesthetics. For the past 3 years the organization, which has helped launch more than a handful of professional careers, has been hosting exhibitions featuring some of their most viral and most-shared photographs.

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photo by Hitomi Koike and will be on display at the 2015 exhibition

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photo by Fumikazu Suzuki and will be on display at the 2015 exhibition

This year the exhibition is taking place at the creative space on the 8th floor of the Hikarie retail complex in Shibuya. It opens tomorrow (May 27th) and runs through June 14th, 2015.

 

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photo by Takashi Karaki and will be on display at the 2015 exhibition

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photo by Akihiro Shibata and will be on display at the 2015 exhibition

2 Comments

  1. Wonderful pictures! It’s great to see people sharing their passion for photography connecting from all around the world.

  2. The photos are stunning. makes me want to visit Japan even more.

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