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Ikkō Narahara (sometimes known simply as Ikko) displayed his early work, focused on isolated communities like a Trappist monastery or a women's prison, in exhibitions, and did not begin...
3. Ikk&#333; Narahara. <em>Ikko Narahara, Japanesque</em>. Milano: F. Motta, 1994, p.7-8.
Düsseldorf and Cologne: Ohio, 1995-present.Ohio was originally a collaboration between four German artists: Uschi Huber, Jörg Paul Janka, Stefan Schneider, and Hans-Peter Feldman,...
10. <em>Ohio</em>, no. 15 (2007)
Aron Gent creates large format photographs of people, exploring their relationships and their self-identity. For this Artists Connect lecture, he examines his own often intimate work in relation to...
Audio Lecture: Artists Connect—Aron Gent Connects with Larry Sultan
Exhibition curator Judy Barter discusses the history of the Arts and Crafts movement and provides an overview of the exhibition Apostles of Beauty: Arts and Crafts from Britain to Chicago.
Video: Overview of <em>Apostles of Beauty</em>
Richard Cahan, historian, spoke about living with photographer Richard Nickel as a part of the symposium "From Fragment to Photograph—Interpreting Louis Sullivan's Architecture." He was introduced...
Audio Lecture: Living with Richard Nickel
The third issue (August, 1969) was printed on rougher paper to emphasize the bure, boke photography. Takanashi's disconcerting pictures of fashionable young people now had no context, and on...
3. <em>Purov&#333;ku: shis&#333; no tame no ch&#333;hatsuteki shiry&#333; (Provoke No. 3) </em>. Tokyo, Purov&#333;ku-sha, 1969, [p.22-23].
Ken Ohara's conceptual photobook One (1970) successfully achieved the Provoke aim of challenging language and producing a reaction not easily classified. The book is a series of...
4. Ken Ohara. <em>One</em>. Tokyo: Tsukiji Shokan, 1970, [p.266-267].
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, "...
1. Yutaka Takanashi. <em>Toshi-e</em>.  Tokyo: Takanashi Yutaka; Hatsubaimoto Izara Shob&#333;, 1974; plate 6, paperback.
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