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Japanese photography history
The 60s and 70s were a time of political unrest and experimental photography in Japan. The Japanese are-bure-boke style with grainy, out-of-focus snapshots became essential to the field of photography, but it also alluded to society’s break from tradition at the time.
The A/fixed debut issue, Provoke Generation: Japanese Photography ’60s-’70s, explores the era from the perspective of the highly controversial experimental magazine Provoke, alongside intimate photographs of a two-year student protest, the rise of the Japanese photo book, and the impact of the female voice in a male-dominated profession.A/fixed
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