If you happen to be in Tokyo at the moment, I would certainly recommend checking it out; it's at Turner Gallery, which is in a somewhat out-of-the-way location, but here is an exact map to the space. "Actual Exhibition #2" is up until Sunday, which is actually something of a problem: if the idea of having an IRL exhibition is to give these young artists a chance to push their careers along, a one-week show is almost self-defeating. Forget about foreigners who might happen to be in Tokyo—with only a week there's even a good chance that local people won't be able to see it! Of course, there is a good reason that the show is so short, namely the fact that the space does not come for free, but it still seems a little unfortunate for the photographers that they can't show their work for longer. Here's to hoping that more than a few of them will be able to properly launch their careers—or graduate from the academy, as it were?