Volledige titel: Ravens & Red Lipstick. Japanese Photography Since 1945
Ravens & Red Lipstick provides a visually bold survey of Japanese photography's recent history.
Drawing together extensive research and a succession of engaging dialogues with both emerging and established photographers, Lena Fritsch traces its development chronologically from the severity of post-war Realism to the diverse ingenuity of photography in contemporary Japan, via the work of movements and groups such as Vivo in the 1960s and`Girl Power' in the '90s. Interspersed are fascinating original interviews with some of the most influential photographers of each era, from Daido Moriyama to Nobuyoshi Araki and Rinko Kawauchi. Fritsch's great achievement is to bring observations from a range of disciplines to bear on her commentary with imagination and clarity. As a result, this comprehensively illustrated volume is both an accessible introduction and an illuminating work of analysis for general readers and aficionados alike.
Over de auteur:
Lena Fritsch is curator modern an contemporary art in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. She is responsible for the care and development of the Ashmolean’s post-1945 Western art collections. She has researched and published on a wide range of modern and contemporary art, including Japanese art and photography of the 20th and 21st Century, Agnes Martin’s paintings and writings, the work of Alberto Giacometti, A.R. Penck and Ibrahim El-Salahi.
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