Tomoko Sawada’s work has been internationally acclaimed since her debut with “ID400” featuring numerous self-portraits taken in photo-booths exhibited in worldwide permanent collection including LACMA and the Getty Museum. The 1960’s saw the rapid surge of economic growth in Japan, accompanied by the introduction and marketing of stockings and other undergarments within Japanese culture.
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