The ambitious centennial exhibition at New York's Japan Society can be viewed in this light. On display until January 13, 2008, "Making a Home" features the work of Japanese artists who live in New York. (The most familiar of those repre-sented is Yoko Ono.) Some of the show's content has a predictable pop-culture charm, sending up -- or so one hopes -- the Japanese obsession with kawaii, or cuteness. The more complex work is often by photographers, though, and these include Kunie Sugiura, Mayumi Terada, and Takahiro Kaneyama.