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A Future for Memory: Art and Life After the Great East Japan Earthquake

A Future for Memory: Art and Life after the Great East Japan Earthquake is a bilingual publication in English and Japanese, accompanying the exhibition of the same name. It features images of works from the exhibition, along with essays by Hiroyasu Yamauchi (The Rias Ark Museum of Art), Osamu Tsukihashi (The Lost Homes project), Munemasa Takahashi (The Lost & Found Project), Kenji Kai and Tomohisa Sato (The center for remembering 3.11), Miki Shiomoto and Megumi Ishimoto (Women’s Eye), Fumihiko Futakami (The Minamisōma City Museum), Chihiro Minato (Photographer), Masao Okabe (Artist), and Atsunobu Katagiri (Ikebana master).

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