Shinzo Fukuhara, who was also the second president of cosmetic company Shiseido, created unique expressions by concentrating on capturing light and its harmony. He attempted to enter the world of haiku with his photographs. Works by Roso Fukuhara are characterized by their dynamic composition. Both of their dynamic composition. Both of these men created photographs with skill and expression comparable to their Western compemporaries. Some 150 works were exhibited including some which were shown to the public for the first time.
50 years after their death, this show was the first large retrospective of two photographers who created their works with strict self-demands and with rich spirituality; it was a rediscovery of something missing in current Japanese society.