SHŌMEI TŌMATSU - CHEWING GUM AND CHOCOLATE: Tōmatsu, one of Japan’s foremost 20th century photographers, created one of the defining portraits of postwar Japan. His photographs focused on the seismic impact of the US victory and occupation. The title reflects the handouts given to Japanese kids by the soldiers—sugary and addictive, but ultimately lacking in nutritional value. Read more: http://blog.burnedshoes.com/post/83116167570 / PHOTO: "Koza", Okinawa, ca. 1978

SHŌMEI TŌMATSU - CHEWING GUM AND CHOCOLATE: Tōmatsu, one of Japan’s foremost 20th century photographers, created one of the defining portraits of postwar Japan. His photographs focused on the seismic impact of the US victory and occupation. The title reflects the handouts given to Japanese kids by the soldiers—sugary and addictive, but ultimately lacking in nutritional value. Read more: http://blog.burnedshoes.com/post/83116167570 / PHOTO: "Koza", Okinawa, ca. 1978

Shomei Tomatsu. Christian with Keloidal Scars. 1961. Gelatin silver print. 12 15/16 x 8 1/2" (33 x 21.6 cm). Gift of the photographer. 696.1978. © 2016 Shomei Tomatsu. Photography

Shomei Tomatsu. Christian with Keloidal Scars. 1961. Gelatin silver print. 12 15/16 x 8 1/2" (33 x 21.6 cm). Gift of the photographer. 696.1978. © 2016 Shomei Tomatsu. Photography

日本の戦後を代表する写真家のひとり、東松照明の「太陽の鉛筆」展を見逃すな。 もっと見る

日本の戦後を代表する写真家のひとり、東松照明の「太陽の鉛筆」展を見逃すな。 もっと見る

Shomei TOMATSU :: Harbor Festival, Nagasaki, 1966

Shomei TOMATSU :: Harbor Festival, Nagasaki, 1966

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