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Shigeichi Nagano  1925, JP

(長野 重)
Rank (2014): 43072 – 

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Japan 3
United Kingdom 2




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Public exhibitions (Selection) 9  Please report missing Information



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2000
   A Chronicle of Japan, Nagano Shigeichi - Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo

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2012
   100 years of Tokyo - ROSPHOTO, St. Petersburg

2011
   What is defeated - Photo4, Paris

2010
   Tokyo Stories - Kulturhuset Stockholm, Stockholm

2009
   Japan: A Self Portrait - Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo

2007
   Eyes Of An Island - Japanese Photography 1945-2007 - Michael Hoppen Gallery, London (England)
   Eyes Of An Island - Japanese Photography 1945 - 2007 - Michael Hoppen Contemporary, London (England)

2006
   Berlin-Tokyo/Tokyo-Berlin, Art from two cities, Mori - Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

2003
Description  The History of Japanese Photography - MFAH - Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston, TX

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United Kingdom

 Michael Hoppen Gallery, London (England)

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Japan

 Kawasaki City Museum, Kawasaki

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Last update: 30 January 2014
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