Everything happens for the first time – Katsumi Omori

19 August 2011 – 02 September 2011

198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, London

Everything happens for the first time is the first solo exhibition in the UK by Katsumi Omori, a leading Japanese photographer.  For the last ten years, Omori has undertaken a project to photograph the challenging subject of Cherry Blossom, symbolically important in Japan, and revered for its short and brilliant blooming season. He followed the Cherry Blossom this spring from Tokyo and Urayasu to Fukushima, and various other areas that severely suffered during the Tsunami, earthquake and nuclear plant accidents in March.

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