Mitsuaki Iwago’s World Cats Travelogue

Mitsuaki Iwago’s photo exhibition, Neko, came to Okinawa two years ago and I wrote about it at the time. It was a wonderfully rewarding show for anyone with a love of cats or an interest in photography. Starting tomorrow, the same photographer returns with a new exhibition at the Urasoe Art Museum featuring cats from around the world.

Iwago was born in Tokyo in 1950 and is a renowned wildlife photographer and filmmaker. He has a special relationship with our feline friends and has travelled all over the world to capture images of them in a long career stretching back more than 40 years. He will be attending the exhibition in person on Saturday (7th).

Mitsuaki Iwago’s World Cats Travelogue is sure to be worth a visit. The exhibition opens on 6th September and runs until 27th October. Full details are on the museum’s website.

http://museum.city.urasoe.lg.jp/

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One Comment on “Mitsuaki Iwago’s World Cats Travelogue”

  1. iriizumi Says:

    Thanks for reminding us, John. We will probably visit it before the summer holiday is getting close to the end.


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