Published in 1970, For a Language to Come is recorded in the history of photography as the first photobook by Takuma Nakahira, the photographer who brought about a turning point in contemporary Japanese photography from the late 1960s to the early 1970s by radically breaking away from the existing image aesthetics at that time.
In the early years of the 1950s Turkey underwent profound political and transformation along with much of the Mediterranean. Ara Güler is the leading figure in a generation of Turkish photographers whose pictures raised awareness of their extraordinary country abroad.
Rio Branco’s oeuvre will meet all expectations that we fostered, within the Croatian cultural discourse, towards the visual arts of the Hispanic circle, and particularly that of Latin American artists.
Silent Book presents a compelling portrait of the latin world, composing a Baroque panel with ruined objects, poor circuses, brothels and cheap boxing gyms. The images expose urban life with extreme lyricism contrasting affection and violence.
In 1978 and 1979, David Wojnarowicz (September 14, 1954 – July 22, 1992), wore a paper mask of Arthur Rimbaud, the gay French poet seething with restless desire who craved “free freedom” (schoolboy motto: “Shit on God”) (...)