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Shomei Tomatsu, Untitled (Yokosuka) , from the series Chewing Gum and Chocolate). 1966, printed 1974. Collection of the Sack Photographic Trust © Shomei Tomatsu

Shomei Tomatsu, Untitled (Yokosuka) , from the series Chewing Gum and Chocolate). printed Collection of the Sack Photographic Trust © Shomei Tomatsu

Shigeo Gochō, from “Self and Others,” 1977. Gocho published three photo compilations in his career—“Days,” “Self and Others,” and “Familiar Street Scenes”—consisting of scenes of everyday life and portraiture. His second book consisted of portraits shot at a distance, often featuring paired subjects who gaze directly into the camera.

Shigeo Gochō, from “Self and Others,” 1977. Gocho published three photo compilations in his career—“Days,” “Self and Others,” and “Familiar Street Scenes”—consisting of scenes of everyday life and portraiture. His second book consisted of portraits shot at a distance, often featuring paired subjects who gaze directly into the camera.

牛腸茂雄を見つめる目。- ほぼ日刊イトイ新聞 第2回

牛腸茂雄を見つめる目。- ほぼ日刊イトイ新聞 第2回

Photographer: Shigeo Gocho. 1977. Japanese baby.

Photographer: Shigeo Gocho. 1977. Japanese baby.

Masahisa FukaseFukase, Masahisa (1934-2012) Masahisa Fukase (深瀬 昌久 Fukase Masahisa?, 25 February 1934 – 9 June 2012) was a Japanese photographer,[1][2][3] celebrated for his work depicting his domestic life with his wife Yōko Wanibe and his regular visits to his parents' small-town photo studio in Hokkaido.

Portrait of Masahisa Fukase. Courtesy of Kazuoki Nozawa. [The Incurable Egoist: Masahisa Fukase at the Diesel Gallery in Tokyo, Japan]

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