We went here (twice because it was closed Mondays) last week to see some of the photography work of Robert Capa. It's going to be hard to describe all that I saw because I wasn't allowed to take pictures. I miss the Smithsonian where there is no problem with cameras. Below is an example of his work; the boy is sitting on a tank just after the liberation of Paris during World War II.
Much of his work was related to war. He was in Spain during the Spanish Civil War, all over Europe during WW II, and in Vietnam (where he died from a landmine explosion) where he was covering the war between the French and the Vietnamese. He even visited Japan just before he was killed.
The display is in sections: including war, people, famous people, joy, and strife. He photographed famous artists and writers of the early- to mid-20th century. It goes on until the 15th of September; check it out if you can.
The museum is called the Kyushu Geibun-Kan, and we needed to use our car's navigation system to find it. If you're taking a train or shinkansen, there's Chikugo-Funagoya station RIGHT next to it. If you're driving, you'll need to head for that station. We got lost even using our navigation system, but a very nice man working at the big park nearby helped us out.