Since the 1970s Japanese photography has claimed the spotlight in collections around the world. Both early post-war photographers as well those still active today have turned away from the dominant journalistic tradition of Japanese photography to create raw, subjective images of the world around them.  As they seek new methodologies and explore radically fresh aesthetics they continue to push the boundaries of their medium.  

 

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