Tokyo Photojournalist welcomes applications for photo exhibitions at the Foreign Correspondent’s Club of Japan in Tokyo (FCCJ). I am the current chair of the exhibition committee.
To cut a long story short, the club doesn’t have a budget for prints, but we do have simple frames and the month long exhibitions are free of charge. So if you already have large prints or are prepared to make some, you are ready to go. We also host a small opening party and offer free membership for the duration of the exhibition. (The FCCJ is a private club, but the exhibitions can be viewed by non-members if they tell reception when they arrive). There are two spaces, the Main Bar and the Sushi Bar, with room for about 20 to 30 prints depending on size.
If you wish to exhibit at the club please send a set of 5 to 10 sample jpegs with a 100-200 word explanation of the project to me via the about-page of this blog.
IMPORTANT: You do not have to be a professional photojournalist, but since the FCCJ is a journalist’s club the photos must be photojournalism or documentary photography!