From Feb. 4 to 27, New York photographer Paule Saviano is exhibiting 22 images from his series of Tokyo and Dresden firebombing survivors in one of the few buildings in Tokyo to survive World War II. The show takes place at the same time as Saviano's exhibition in Dresden, Germany, commemorating the 1945 Feb. 13-14 firebombing of that city.

Saviano's work, a continuation of his "From Above" project that he began in 2008 with photographs of the Nagasaki hibakusha (atomic bomb survivors), is showing in Gallery ef, a conversion of an Edo Period-style warehouse that was built in 1868.

Saviano's images, which are all taken in natural daylight, are simple, tightly framed black-and-white portraits that engage the viewer to focus on the dignified expressions of the survivors' faces.