ACTION, the 1960s

ACTION, the 1960s


Publisher: Taka Ishii Gallery

In the 1960s, when postwar Japan went through many fundamental changes, there was an explosive movement of young artists who left their studios and staged “actions” in the streets to critique the state of society and to challenge the stagnant art world.
Holding a camera in my hand, I witnessed the “charged moments” created by these artists whose actions were at once fresh and photogenic.
What I saw through the lens became Photo Art when transferred onto paper.

Minoru Hirata


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210 x 148 mm
72 pages, 41 illustrations
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