Joint exhibition of Photography, the collection by Seiichi Motohashi and Shuji Akagi. 

A trilogy of photo collection on Chernobyl by photographer/film director Seiichi Motohashi, 'Infinite Embrace','Nadya's Village' & 'Alexei and the Spring'. Motohashi has traveled to the disaster-stricken areas around chrnobyl (former Sovient Union, the republic or Ukraine) making his motif the people who continue to live in their 'Homelands' tainted by the nuclear accident. 
In these 3 photo collections and 2 films he has documented the sparkle of life in the people being jeoardized who continue to
live as they have for centuries on the land where they were born in contaminated areas of Republic of Belarus. 

Fukushima Traces 2011-2013 by Shuji Akagi, begins with a photograph taken the day after 3.11 of a road riddled with cracks, & ends with a photograph taken mid-2013 at the garden of the author's own house in Fukushima city where the contaminated soil had been removed and replaced with new soil. A part of this massive archive of tweets posted over a two year and three month period of time hasbeen recorded as a book organized chronologically.