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For a truly fresh outlook on Tokyo, run, don’t walk, to the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography to see Sohei Nishino’s exciting photo-collages of Tokyo and nine other cities, on display through Jan. 29 along with works by other up-and-coming Japanese photographers.

The exhibition is the 10th in an ongoing series on contemporary photography and features five artists who have returned to early photography techniques — including collage, pinhole cameras and multiple exposures — inviting us to rethink how we look at photographs, according to curator Harumi Niwa.

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