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Renowned first and foremost for his photo reportage, Miki also played an accidental but important role in establishing the worldwide reputation of Nikkor lenses.
Nevertheless, it is now hard for me to separate his life and his photographs.
The resultant photographs are often joyous as well as sombre.
He died inhaving been in a coma for 20 years following a near-fatal fall down the stairs of his favourite bar in Yoko visited him twice a month throughout his long limbo — though, heartbreakingly, he would have been unaware of her presence.
Sadness, depression, panic, attention disorders, the dementia epidemic:
He never talked about it.
One of the most illuminating reflections on the book I have come across is by the photographer Stacy Oborn, on her always-stimulating website, the Space In Between.
Many books and magazines were published by the imperial government, the military, and the occupying authorities in Manchuria and elsewhere.
Both Moriyama and Araki made books on Xerox machines.
Fukase, according to Yoko, was an intense and obsessive character despite the joyousness of the images he made of her.
If I had to pick one it would be Masahisa Fukase, whose varied body of work is deeply haunting, melancholic, and beautiful.