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KANTO

“Pierres Vives: une exposition de Ferrante Ferranti”

INSTITUT FRANCO-JAPONAIS DE TOKYO

by Yuhei Wada

Staff Writer

Old architecture and building ruins often evoke nostalgic feelings for times gone by, something that Paris-based photographer Ferrante Ferranti aims to embody in his images.

This exhibition at the Institut franco-japonais de Tokyo complements the Hubert Robert show at The National Museum of Western Art with a selection of photographs by Ferranti, who was influenced by Robert’s work; till April 1.

Institut franco-japonais de Tokyo; (03) 5206-2500; 15 Ichigaya-Funagawara-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; Iidabashi Station, JR lines. 9:30 a.m.-8 p.m. (Sat.till 7 p.m., Sun. till 6 p.m.) Free admission. Closed on national holidays. www.institut.jp/ja/evenements/11617.