John Tran | The Japan Times | 15th March 2016
Two photography exhibitions of Japan’s 2011 tsunami tell different stories. A Tokyo exhibition, comprising recovered household photos “relentlessly” conveys the scale of the human tragedy. A New York exhibition of photographs by artists goes to a different issue. Even though Japan is culturally homogeneous …”a collective [reaction to the disaster] should not be taken for granted“. More images are here.