A major figure in Japanese photography, 83 years old Eikoh Hosoe has been able to preserve his prolificacy and his influence. He began his career as an independent photographer in 1954 after leaving the Tokyo College of Photography. He received the special medal at the 150th anniversary of the Royal Photographic Society and is honored in Japan with the title Personal of Cultural Merit., a prize given to the influential personalities of Japanese culture. His photographic language with an innovative style placed him among the Japanese creative avant-garde, Eikoh Hosoe imposed his style thanks to a quasi-baroque aesthetics where the...
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