Japan: Two Perspectives
Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design is pleased to introduce Japan: Two Perspectives, an exhibition by photographers Charlie Morrison and Chad Tobin. The exhibition will open on Monday, July 17 and the public is invited to the opening reception for Japan Two Perspectives, which will take place Thursday, July 20 at 6:00 p.m. in the Centre’s Loft.
Japan: Two Perspectives revolves around the comings and goings of two Cape Breton photographers as they immerse themselves in the flow of Tokyo and its cultural nuances. You will experience, through their photography, some of the daily adventures as they navigate their way through the beautiful city and beyond, while recording its people living everyday life.
Charlie Morrison is a paramedic and socially conscious photographer based in Sydney, Nova Scotia. He includes Nairobi, Kibera, Tokyo, New York, Nunavut, Alberta, British Columbia, Germany and Cape Breton among the locations he has photographed. His work has been featured at Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design, Our Canada Magazine and The Cape Breton Spectator.
Cape Bretoner, Chad Tobin, is a street photographer whose approach to photography is often candid with the hope of simply blending into the background. A sense of curiosity drives Tobin with one camera, one lens, and a good pair of walking shoes. Tobin is working towards developing more patience in his work and wants to return to Tokyo to pursue a book project that obsessively tugs on his heart.
Japan: Two Perspectives will be displayed in the Centre’s Loft until September 8, 2017.