Masato Seto (1953 -) is a Japanese Thai photographer, who graduated from the Tokyo Photography College and has been involved in freelance work since 1981. Some of his works include the photography series "Living Room" and "Silent Mode", which capture human life in a unique and distinct way.
A special exhibition at the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum will look into Seto's work throughout his career, starting with his debut series "Bangkok, Hanoi 1982-1987", and spanning through to his most recent pieces.
Adult admission to the event is priced at 700 yen.
The Tokyo Photographic Art Museum is located around 7 minutes on foot from the East Exit of the JR Ebisu Station, served by the Yamanote Line, the Shonan-Shinjuku Line, and the Saikyo Line. For those planning to drive, there is no dedicated parking lot - it is advised to park in the nearby paid Yebisu Garden Place lot (details can be found here).
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