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This interview series focuses on Japanese Photography. Watch established photographers who redefined the medium after World War II and still-emerging contemporary practitioners reflect on cultural landscapes and personal truths.
Lieko Shiga on Kitakama village and the 2011 tsunami
Sohei Nishino’s maps trace more than the city
Nobuyoshi Araki: Journey through life and death
Akiyoshi Taniguchi’s meditations on photography
Rinko Kawauchi contemplates the small mysteries of life
Tomoko Sawada’s self-portraits create familiar characters
Eikoh Hosoe: Does photography reflect truth?
Nobuyoshi Araki’s “more is more” approach to photography
Daido Moriyama on the essence of photography
Kikuji Kawada on the Atomic Bomb Dome and postwar Japan
Ishiuchi Miyako’s early life near Yokosuka’s U.S. military base
Keizo Kitajima in the former USSR
Hiromi Tsuchida: Documenting Japan’s past and present
Ishiuchi Miyako: What is a scar?
Issei Suda on the drama of photography
Daido Moriyama on social rebellion in 1960s Japan
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