The Japanese photo magazine Provoke, which ran for three issues in 1968 and 1969, is viewed as a one-of-a-kind agglomeration of post-war artistic efforts. In the world’s first-ever exhibition on this topic, the ALBERTINA Museum examines the complex genesis of this magazine and thereby presents a representative cross-section of photographic trends present in Japan between the 1960s and 1970s.
Ed. by Diane Dufour & Matthew Witkovsky
2016 | 680 pages
19 x 25 cm | Softcover