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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)
The second issue, published in March, 1969 with the theme Eros, included a series of faceless nudes and blurry photos of stacks of American goods by Daidō Moriyama, another talented young...
2. <em>Purov&#333;ku: shis&#333; no tame no ch&#333;hatsuteki shiry&#333; (Provoke No. 2) </em>. Tokyo, Purov&#333;ku-sha, 1969, [p.54-55].
One of the few women photographers in Japan in the 1970s was Miyako Ishiuchi. In her 1977 series Yokosuka Story, she returns to her hometown Yokosuka, also the home of a U.S. naval base...
2. Ishiuchi, Miyako. <em>Sweet Home Yokosuka 1976-1980</em>. New York: PPP Editions in association with Andrew Roth, Inc., 2010, [unpaginated].
Kikuji Kawada's dream of a stain on the ceiling of the Hiroshima Prefecture Industrial Promotion Hall (commonly called the Atomic Bomb Dome) led to his photobook The Map. In the book,...
2. Kikuji Kawada. <em>The Map = Chizu</em>. Tucson, Arizona, Nazraeli Press, 2005, [p.15-16 (inside fold)].
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].
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