Japanese California-based photographer Ken Ohara (b. 1942) is known as an innovator who expands the boundaries of photographic portraits to the extent that our familiar perceptions of others and ourselves become precarious. Since the 1960s, Ohara has been photographing strangers, friends, families, and himself.
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