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get redirected here Eikoh Hosoe, “Man and Woman #24,” 1960. Gelatin silver print, 16.8 x 30 cm. © Eikoh Hosoe. Courtesy of Taka Ishii Gallery New York.

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Hirshhorn Announces Major Acquisition of Japanese Avant-Garde Photography

my review here The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden announced the acquisition of 11 new Tastylia France photographic works—its first by major figures Eikoh Hosoe, Minoru Hirata, Tatsuo great post to read Kawaguchi, Miyako Ishiuchi, Kōji Enokura and Takashi Arai—introducing an unprecedented binära optioner hur critical history of the postwar Japanese avant-garde to the museum’s collection. These acquisitions build on the Hirshhorn’s commitment to global modernism across media and to avatrade erfahrungen creating a core collection devoted to innovation and experimentation in Japanese postwar art.

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