Shomei Tomatsu was perhaps the most influential Japanese photographer of the post-war era. Influencing the anti-establishment Provoke photography movement in Japan in the late 1960s.
Daido Moriyama | untitled (2018) | Available for Sale | Artsy
Available for sale from Stieglitz19, Daido Moriyama, untitled (2018), Inkjet print, 45 × 56 cm
50 years since PROVOKE: reprinting the radical Japanese photo magazine | 1854 Photography
Reading Time: 6 minutes "How to fill the gap between politics and art? This is both an old and a new problem,” writes Takuma Nakahira, in the afterword to PROVOKE no.1, published 50 years ago this month. Led by some of Japan’s best-known photographers and art critics - including Takuma Nakahira, Koji Taki, and iconoclast Daido Moriyama, who joined from the second issue - the magazine stemmed from the anger and discontent that they felt towards the post-war world. Though it survived only…
Daido Moriyama | 476 Artworks | MutualArt
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Paris Photo international art fair – in pictures
Paris Photo is the largest international art fair dedicated to photography and is held each November in the capital’s Grand Palais. The fair comprises displays by up to 200 exhibitors from around the world, offering an unparalleled presentation of contemporary and historical photography, from modern masters to young talents
PROVOKE: Between Protest and Performance - Japanese photography at Le Bal, Paris
Le Bal's exhibition Provoke: Between Protest and Performance explores Japanese photography in the context of the cult photo magazine. Our review!
Japanese Photography from the Collection of SFMOMA, The Provoke Era, Photography, California Museum of Photography, Riverside, United-States
Japanese Photography from the Collection of SFMOMA, The Provoke Era, Photography - California Museum of Photography, Riverside, United-States