The Heisei era marked a turning point in the development of photography with the advent of digital cameras, smartphones and—of course—the internet. Like the medium itself, Tokyo underwent rapid changes at the turn of the century. This exhibition showcases some 100 photographs from a multigenerational panel of artists, all taken in Tokyo, analog and digital. Traversing time and technology, the photos expose the subject’s humanity and the artist’s spontaneity. Featured photographers include Masaki Nakano, Herbie Yamaguchi and Mikiko Hara.