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March 11-25

Shuji Akagi published his first photo book, “Fukushima Traces, 2011-2013,” in 2015. A high school art teacher in Fukushima, he documented the aftermath in the city after the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake with a series of photos that recorded the state of the area’s irradiated soil and its decontamination process. To help spread awareness of the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the area, he also took part in talks across Japan and worked with the performance art unit Grand Guignol Mirai.

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