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Coexistences: Portraits of Today's Japan

Photography exhibition by Laura Liverani

Discover Japan’s lesser-known communities through a photography exhibition by Laura Liverani.

Six photo series portray the stories of elderly cheerleaders, a school for senior models, women sumo wrestlers, tobi construction workers, full-body spandex suit enthusiasts and Hokkaido’s indigenous Ainu population.

The people of every community portrayed, however distant from one another, all share a strong sense of group identity—an identity that is actively expressed in daily life.

This exhibition highlights the stories of individuals and their expression of identity; broadening our knowledge of Japanese everyday life and culture.

Running alongside the exhibition is an event series, exploring belonging and collective identity among the wider Japanese community.

For more information on the event program, visit jpf.org.au/gallery.

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When

Mondays to Thursdays, 10am to 8pm
Fridays, 10am to 6pm
Saturdays, 10am to 4pm

Saturday 4 May to Friday 21 June 2019

Except public holidays

Cost

Free

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