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Lost & Found: Family Photos Swept Away by the 3.11 East Japan Tsunami. A moving exhibition of collected photographs recovered from the devastation following the earthquake and tsunami and subsequent nuclear catastrophe that took place in the Tohoku region in 2011. The project is attempting to return pictures from the collection to their owners by cleaning, cataloguing and creating a digital database of the photographs. Funds raised will go directly to the people of Yamamoto-cho.

Lost & Found: Family Photos Swept Away by the 3.11 East Japan Tsunami. A moving exhibition of collected photographs recovered from the devastation following the earthquake and tsunami and subsequent nuclear catastrophe that took place in the Tohoku region in 2011. The project is attempting to return pictures from the collection to their owners by cleaning, cataloguing and creating a digital database of the photographs. Funds raised will go directly to the people of Yamamoto-cho.

lost & found: family photos swept away by the 3.11 east japan tsunami’ at the centre for contemporary photography (ccp), fitzroy, melbourne

lost & found: family photos swept away by the 3.11 east japan tsunami’ at the centre for contemporary photography (ccp), fitzroy, melbourne

3D work 1958 Kansuke Yamamoto,exhibited at the ESPACE exhibition 1958, Nagoya, now lost. ©Toshio Yamamoto.

3D work 1958 Kansuke Yamamoto,exhibited at the ESPACE exhibition 1958, Nagoya, now lost. ©Toshio Yamamoto.

Yoskay Yamamoto lost or to be lost  2009  mixed media  24 x 18 "  from a group exhibition " go east "  curated by lebasse projects

Yoskay Yamamoto lost or to be lost 2009 mixed media 24 x 18 " from a group exhibition " go east " curated by lebasse projects

Not only does Motoi Yamamoto create these exceptional large-scale sculptures out of salt, he also insists that after every exhibition of his works, the salt be returned back to the ocean. Now that’s what call environmentally-friendly artwork.

Not only does Motoi Yamamoto create these exceptional large-scale sculptures out of salt, he also insists that after every exhibition of his works, the salt be returned back to the ocean. Now that’s what call environmentally-friendly artwork.

“Lost Kingdoms,” on view through July 27, 2014, is the first international loan exhibition to explore the sculptural art produced in the earliest kingdoms of Southeast Asia. | Buddha (detail). Provenance unknown, central Thailand, first half of the 7th century. Sandstone; H. 67 3/8 in. National Museum, Bangkok. #LostKingdoms

“Lost Kingdoms,” on view through July 27, 2014, is the first international loan exhibition to explore the sculptural art produced in the earliest kingdoms of Southeast Asia. | Buddha (detail). Provenance unknown, central Thailand, first half of the 7th century. Sandstone; H. 67 3/8 in. National Museum, Bangkok. #LostKingdoms

Motoi Yamamoto's Utsusemi - Blocks of salt are stacked atop each other to form a narrow flight of stairs that crumble at the presence of a simulated earthquake. At once, the piece echoes architectural ruin as well as the pouring of salt for the lives lost in the aftermath of the natural disaster that is so prevalent in Japan

Motoi Yamamoto's Utsusemi - Blocks of salt are stacked atop each other to form a narrow flight of stairs that crumble at the presence of a simulated earthquake. At once, the piece echoes architectural ruin as well as the pouring of salt for the lives lost in the aftermath of the natural disaster that is so prevalent in Japan

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