An exhibition in Antwerp, Belgium, sheds light on one of the most acclaimed and influential photography group. Vivo was a Japanese photographer’s collective founded by Shomei Tomatsu, Eikoh Hosoe, Ikko Narahara, Kikuji Kawada, Akira Sato and Akira Tanno. Although Vivo was active only from 1959 until 1961, it culminated a movement in postwar Japanese photography called “the image school” with...
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