Here is an interesting and informative article giving advice on how to hold an art exhibition in Tokyo. By Tokyo art critic Monty DiPietro (at AssemblyLanguage.com) who even writes, “Forget it!” was the response I got from most of the Tokyo-based artists, and gallery and museum people I queried on how a North American might arrange a Tokyo exhibition.”
I wrote a full-length article about attending a two-year vocational photo school called shashin senmon gakko in Tokyo.
Good article if you wonder what it’s like to attend a photo school in Japan.
Print Club, nicknamed “Puri-Kura” in Japanese, is a small photo booth found at video game arcades in Japan. The Print Club machines produce these small photo stickers (about 2.5 x 2 cm, slightly smaller than a postage stamp) which feature a large variety of superimposed frames which compliment the subject’s faces.
I wrote a full-length article about it here.