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Iizawa Kohtaro

Japanese photographer. He graduated from the engineering department of Chiba University in 1963 and in the same year received the Taiyō prize for Satchin (Tokyo, 1964), a photographic series whose title was the pet name of a little girl. In 1971 he published the privately printed photographic collection ...

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Bellocq is known to have worked as a commercial photographer in New Orleans from 1895 to 1940 and to have photographed for local shipbuilders and in the Chinese sector of New Orleans, although none of this work apparently survives. His photography is known only through prints made by ...

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Patricia Strathern

French photographer and draughtsman. A wealthy landowner and scholar who travelled widely, he made numerous sketches of Islamic architecture (untraced; engravings, Granada, Casa Tiros) and he took many very fine landscape photographs. During his travels in Italy, Asia Minor, Greece, Lebanon and Egypt (1841–5...

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Kohtaro Iizawa

Japanese photographer, active also in the USA. He was brought up in Japan and in 1939 returned to the USA, where he studied agriculture and architecture before photography. In 1952 he graduated from the Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, where he had studied under ...

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Daniela Mrázková

Russian photographer of Tatar origin. She graduated in aeronautical engineering at the Kazan’ Technical Institute in 1972 and became an engineer like her husband, who died in 1976 leaving her alone with a young child. Deciding to change her way of life completely, she left her secure profession and immersed herself in photography, in which she had dabbled as an amateur from about ...

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Installation artist.

The photographer Tahara Keiichi has worked with architects, producing several external light installations, in particular relating to water. He showed work in solo exhibitions, especially in France, at the end of the 1980s, at the Centre d’Art Contemporain in Montbéliard and at the Musée des Vosges in Épinal. In ...