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Self-portrait with gorilla mask, 1975
Shōji Ueda (1913-2000), one of Japanese photography’s most remarkable figures, remained profoundly attached to his birthplace of Tottori, on the Sea of Japan, which he used as a backdrop for the vast majority of his work.
Geraldo de Barros
Iris de Moüy
Nathalie Du Pasquier
Johanna Tagada Hoffbeck