Exhibition – Two Views: Photographs by A

TWO COUNTRIES – TWO PHOTOGRAPHERS
Two profoundly different views of a terrible time in history . . .On loan to Touchstones Nelson from the Japanese Canadian National Museum in Burnaby, BC, this compelling collection of photographs presents two views of internment and incarceration in the early 1940s. Through them, we have an opportunity to reflecton the nature of forced separation and uprooting and the effects that it has on
its victims. Please see Touchstones Nelson’s website for more information.

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