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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.
Kohei Yishiyuki published Document: Kōen (The Park) in 1980. His visits to "love-nest" parks in Shinjuku, Yoyogi and Aoyama between 1971 and 1973, and his 1979 visits to parks known as...
3. Kohei Yishiyuki. <em>Document: K&#333;en</em>. Tokyo: Sebunsha, 1980, p.31-32.
Fukase Mishima, several years older than Araki, was born into a family of portrait photographers. He was originally influenced by the photojournalism of Ken Domon and Ihee Kimura, but going to school...
3. Mark Holborn. <em>Black Sun: The Eyes of Four, Roots and Innovation in Japanese Photography</em>. New York: Aperture, 1986, [p.54-55].
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 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.
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