Contemporary Japanese Photography
Since the 1970s Japanese photography has claimed the spotlight in collections around the world. From the raw, subjective imagery of early post-war photographers to today’s contemporary talents, these artists capture the world around them with a discerning eye. As they seek new methodologies and explore radically fresh aesthetics they continue to push the boundaries of their medium.
Untitled from Independent Mysteries, 2017
Aya Iwai - Noh Mask from the series Shokunin, 2014
Untitled from the series Ama-san, 2014
Untitled from Independent Mysteries, 2013