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.
#189 Yunoyani Village, Nigata Prefecture
Atomic Bomb Dome, Stain, Ceiling, Hiroshima, 1960-1965
Omokage: A Dance Portrait of Tanaka Min
Kazuo Ohno Breathing in the Spirit of Shohaku Soga, 1997