We’re thrilled to announce that Takeshi Suga, the photographer we featured as a LomoAmigo, will be exhibiting his Diana Mini photographs at Lomography Gallery Store Tokyo. As well as the photos we have already introduced, the exhibition features his new work. If you’re in Tokyo, don’t miss this opportunity!
March 2 (Friday) – March 16 (Friday)
Takeshi Suga is a photographer based in Glasgow, Scotland. He shoots for the British music magazine, NME (New Musical Express). We presented you the photos of musicians he took with his Diana Mini as well as his personal work on our popular content, LomoAmigos.
Lomography Gallery Store Tokyo 2F exhibition space
6-23-6 Jingumae 1500001 Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Tel: 03 6427 5434 firstname.lastname@example.org
March 2 (Fri.) – 16 (Fri.)
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