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Shomei Tomatsu : Skin of the Nation
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Photo by © Nobuyoshi Araki - Prostitute, Nagoya, 1958 © Shomei Tomatsu courtesy Studio Equis

Shomei Tomatsu Prostitute, Nagoya, 1957 Gelatin silver print 11 × 8 in 28 × 21 cm Courtesy of the artist and Misa Shin Gallery.

Shomei Tomatsu - Prostitute, Nagoya, this prooves the struggles been around for a long time, quit hating.

Michael Hoppen Gallery - Artist - Shomei Tomatsu - - Melted bottle, (from the series Nagasaki ) Nagasaki, 1961

Shomei Tomatsu : Skin of the Nation

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Shomei Tomatsu, Prostitute, Nagoya, 1958 (Another of his most admired series is Chewing Gum and Chocolate which exposes the influences of the US occupying forces and of American military and popular culture on Japanese society.

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Shomei Tomatsu Photography Is Visceral

Japanese photography legend Shomei Tomatsu dies - British Journal of Photography

Shōmei Tōmatsu 東松 照明 Boy and the Sea Tokyo Japan 1969

Shomei Tomatsu's photography is visceral with an extreme subjectivity that pioneered the Japanese avant-garde in the post war era

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Today, 50 years ago, Dr Martin Luther King had a dream. What's your dream?

I think this is a great photo because of the contrast on the newspaper between the text, "I have a dream" and the white space. furthermore I think having this paper in black and white has a very symbolic nature as well.

~ Reaping A Brave New Life ~ Find your dream.believe it, embrace it, live it.your dream.life itself.

me to not one lot of like newspaper words :))) dream A LITTLE DREAM S FROM ME can from Mama Cass Eliot love it you have a little lower, if you want to hear

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Provoking Thought: Japanese Post-War Photography in Focus · Lomography
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Photography from the Japanese photo magazine Provoke, which ran for three issues in 1968 and 1969 and captured a new Japan emerging from the ashes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, is on display for the first time - Blood and Rose, Tokyo, 1969 Matsu Estate.

by Shomei Tomatsu Blood and Roses Tokyo, 1963

Rough, blurred, out of focus: This was the visual language of the groundbreaking artists of the Provoke era which heavily shaped Japan's post-war

Vídeň vystavuje 200 fotografií z časopisu Provoke – DesignMag.

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Shomei TOMATSU :: Evident absence, Michiko Takahashi, Tokyo, 1971
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Michiko Takahashi, Tokyo, 1971 “They cannot scare me with their empty spaces. Between stars - on stars where no human race is. I have it in me so much nearer home To scare myself with my own desert places.

SHOMEI TOMATSU Japanese Photographer - Photos and books - black and white photos - Artists - Roland Angst Only Photography

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Shomei TOMATSU :: Evident absence, Michiko Takahashi, Tokyo, 1971

Shomei TOMATSU :: Evident absence, Michiko Takahashi, Tokyo, 1971

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Something darker had awakened, and it touched the souls of the forest. Even some of the foxes were coming up with broken limbs, torn fur and bloodied snouts. The birds stayed close, but never feasted on the undamaged corpses. Their skin flawless, smother away of any scratch or struggle. - Cara Lynn Ortega

Something darker had awakened, and it touched the souls of the forest. Even some of the foxes were coming up with broken limbs, torn fur and bloodied snouts. The birds stayed close, but never feasted on the undamaged corpses. Their skin flawless, smother away of any scratch or struggle. - Cara Lynn Ortega

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Shōmei Tōmatsu - From Chewing Gum and Chocolate, Hokkaido, 1959 - Howard Greenberg Gallery

Olympic Capriccio 1, Tokyo, 1962, © Shomei Tomatsu

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

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