Shomei Tomatsu: the man who changed Japanese photography for ever

Shomei Tomatsu: the man who changed Japanese photography for ever

Shomei Tomatsu - Untitled, from series Chewing Gum and Chocolate, Yokosuka, 1959 - 'Everything was moving' exhibition, Barbican

Looking at 'The Three Brothers' rocks by a prisoner-dug tunnel:Alexandrovsk-Sakhalinsky, The Island of Sakhalin, Yoneda Tomoko, 2012

Exquisite group show at RAM in Shanghai examines 'life on the borders' across Asia

Shomei Tomatsu

Considered one of Japan's most important photographers, Shomei Tomatsu was born in 1930 and has spent much of his time since providing visual comment on the cha

Family on Four Position Bicycle- Bettman/ Corbis

Entire Family Bike With Built-In Sewing Machine. Because, ya know.in case one of them falls and rips a whole in their britches. Just bring along the sewing machine & mom can fix it right up on the spot and off they go.

Les Pionniers d l'Alpinisme (

Les Pionniers d l'Alpinisme (

Paul Chantler

Paul Chantler

Morning Mist- Paul Chantler

Morning Mist- Paul Chantler

Daido Moriyama

Born in Ikeda, Osaka, Daidō Moriyama studied photography under Takeji Iwamiya before moving to Tokyo in 1961 to work as an assistant to Eiko.

London Street Photography SE020

'Only Organics - Borough Market' - This piece was photographed in the centre of Borough Market - a world renowned food market in London.

London Street Photography SE007

London Street Photography SE007

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