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Artist David Hartt uses photography, sculpture, video and installation to coolly capture environments that have been created around ideals. Recently relocated to Chicago, Hartt is already making...
Video: Lecture by David Hartt
Katsumi Watanabe was another photographer documenting Shinjuku. He was a street photographer and first published his portraits, both spontaneous and posed, of the neighborhood's sharply styled usual...
5. Katsumi Watanabe. <em>Shinjuku gunt&#333; denden</em>. Tokyo: Banseisha, 1982, p.114-115.
Eikoh Hosoe was a quite successful photographer working commercially as well as artistically. There is a distinct theatricality in his images. In Ordeal by Roses he featured the writer Yukio...
1. <em>Jidai o hiraita shashinkatachi : 1960-70-nendai (Photographers Who Created a New Age: 1960s-70s)</em>. Tokyo: T&#333;ky&#333;-to Bunka Shink&#333;kai: T&#333;ky&#333;-to Shashin Bijutsukan, 1993, p.122-123.
The only woman featured in the Eyes of Ten exhibits was Toyoko Tokiwa. Women were often the subjects in photographs but rarely the photographer. Tokiwa found that women were less guarded...
4. Anne Wilkes Tucker, et al. <em>The History of Japanese Photography</em>. New Haven: Yale University Press; Houston: in association with the Museum of Fine Arts, 2003, p.236-237.
Tune in as contemporary photographer Mann answers questions from an audience of nearly 400 on opening day of the Art Institute exhibition So the Story Goes. Mann responds to questions...
Audio Lecture: Sally Mann at the Art Institute of Chicago
Listen to photographers Barney and Sultan talk about their photographs on view in the Art Institute exhibition So the Story Goes. Recorded on opening day, this conversation reveals their...
Audio Lecture: Tina Barney &amp; Larry Sultan in conversation
The relationship between words and images was so important to Takuma Nakahira that he titled his 1970 photobook For a Language to Come. The photos are a collection of alienated landscapes,...
3. Takuma Nakahira. <em>For a Language to Come in The Japanese Box : Facsimile Reprint of Six Rare Photographic Publications of the Provoke Era</em>. Paris: Edition 7L; Göttingen: distributed by Steidl Publishers, 2001, [p.126-127].
The greatest impact of Provoke was not stylistic, but that it brought self-expression into photography. Nobuyoshi Araki described Provoke as "like a bomb... I was jealous, I wanted...
2. Nobuyoshi Araki. <em>Sentimental Journey in The Japanese Box: Facsimile Reprint of Six Rare Photographic Publications of the Provoke Era</em>. Paris: Edition 7L; Göttingen: distributed by Steidl Publishers, 2001, [p.78-79].
Matt Keegan discusses his previous works that relate to the site-specific installation in the exhibition Exposure which grew out of the artist’s longstanding fascination with cities and...
Audio Lecture: Exposure—Matt Keegan
Yutaka Takanashi was already an established photographer when he joined Provoke. He joined the group partly because of Nakahira's charismatic persuasion and partly because, as he said, "...
2. Yutaka Takanashi. <em>Toshi-e</em>.  Tokyo: Takanashi Yutaka; Hatsubaimoto Izara Shob&#333;, 1974; [p.63], hardback.
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