Koji Onaka, Have a breakSince joining the "image shop CAMP" in 1982, he has traveled all over Japan and has continued to work mainly at independent galleries.Read more →
Hajime Sawatari, Nagisa HotelSawatari started publishing his photographs in photography magazines while he was enrolled in Nihon University’s Department of Photography, College of Art.Read more →
Keizo Motoda, Sunday ArajukuKeizo picks his subjects who is with character so the viewers are left with strong sense of feeling.Read more →
June Abe, CreaturesPublished by Village Press in 1989, Jun Abe’s Creaturers marked the photographers first photobook of his career.Read more →
Masahisa Fukase, Ravens 6: Noctambulant FlightOriginally published in Published in Camera Mainichi, March 1980, this series shows a new approach of its iconic Ravens series.Read more →
Seiji Kurata, Flash upFlash Up by Seiji Kurata is one of the most exciting photographic excursions into the seedy parts of 1970s Tokyo.Read more →
Werner Bischof, 1951 JapanIn 1951 Werner Bischof leaves Europe for the first time. His journey in Asia, which lasted two years.Read more →
Keizo Kitajima’s photographs of New York during the 80s capture a rawness that we might not ever see againThe Japanese photographer has reached great acclaim for his urban shots of people across the globe. But his New York photos in particular – the gritty and allusive – have profound and lasting impact.Read more →
Bruce Gilden on his striking snapshots of darker side of Japan in the 90sThe Japanese photographer has reached great acclaim for his urban shots of people across the globe. But his New York photos in particular – the gritty and allusive – have profound and lasting impact.Read more →
Tenmei Kanoh on his legendary series FUCK, a collection of psychedelic nudes shot at an orgy in the late-60sWhile visiting New York on a commission in 1969, the Japanese photographer was invited to an orgy at the studio of Yayoi Kusama – “I had no choice but to shoot!”Read more →
Pat Martin, BelongingsPat Martin shoots family and friends for Sixteen Journal Volume 4.Read more →
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