Opening: JAPAN/now at Fovea

Shiho Fukada
Shiho Fukada
A man makes his way through devastated Shishiori township of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture.

Fovea Exhibitions, a non-profit whose primary mission is to educate audiences through its gallery shows of photojournalistic work, is marking its fourth anniversary with a new show called JAPAN/now. The show brings together work by more than twenty photojournalists as well as satellite images to tell the story of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan and its aftermath.  Fovea will also be collecting donations for the Japan Society’s Earthquake Relief Fund.

The exhibition opens today, May 14, at Fovea’s gallery in Beacon, N.Y., and will feature work by TIME contract photographer Dominic Nahr, Christoph Bangert, Shiho Fukada, Donald Weber, James Whitlow Delano, Adam Dean, Ko Sasaki, Carlos Barria, and Q. Sakamaki, among others.

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