|Contributions||Curatorial Assistance, Inc.|
|LC Classifications||TR647 .H68 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||93139901|
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Eikoh Hosoe is widely regarded as one of Japan’s greatest contemporary photographers, and is a pivotal figure in the development of Japanese photography. His photographic series create narratives which explore themes drawn from traditional Japanese culture that have been mixed with external influences. To me photography can be simultaneously both a record and a “mirror” or “window” of self-expression. The camera is generally assumed to be unable to depict that which is not visible to the eye. And yet the photographer who wields it well can depict what lies unseen in his memory. --Eikoh Hosoe Eikoh Hosoe is an integral part of the history of modern Japanese photography. He remains a. Enmeshed in the postwar Japanese ferment, Eikoh Hosoe picked up a camera at 15 and became one of the foremost photographers of his time, producing searing, surreal, expressionistic images focused on the human body and the human being. “To me photography can be simultaneously both a record and a ‘mirror’ or ‘window’ of self-expression Nationality: Japanese. —Eikoh Hosoe Eikoh Hosoe is an integral part of the history of modern Japanese photography. He remains a driving force in photography, not only for his own work, but also as a teacher and as an ambassador, fostering artistic exchange between Japan and the outside : Eikoh Hosoe.