What if Our Magazines Showed Modern Slavery?

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Black & Spiro Interior Design - Provoke Magazine October/November 2015

Black & Spiro Interior Design - Provoke Magazine October/November 2015

31879.jpg (550×402).  Japan. Provoke Magazine.

31879.jpg (550×402). Japan. Provoke Magazine.

Provoke Magazine #Japan Les #images suggérées dans ‪#‎Provoke‬ dévoilèrent l’aspect caché de la #société japonaise en imposant avec conviction une #revolution de l’expression à la racine du ‪#‎underground‬ nippon. Source photo © The Gardian

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Provoke Magazine, 3, 1969

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Provoke magazine published just three issues at the end of the 1960s, but the influence of the iconoclastic artistic movement that produced it was later likened to “a time bomb” by the Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki. Le Bal’s show recreated the raw energy of that seismic moment: the political and social ferment of the time echoed through every work, in the use of grain and blur and constant movement.  /Le Bal

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Provoke magazine published just three issues at the end of the 1960s, but the influence of the iconoclastic artistic movement that produced it was later likened to “a time bomb” by the Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki. Le Bal’s show recreated the raw energy of that seismic moment: the political and social ferment of the time echoed through every work, in the use of grain and blur and constant movement. /Le Bal

Charming, peaceful and clever is how to describe most Libras I know. Therefore the best Libra gift ideas will provoke their curiosity while satisfying their need for luxury, relaxation and comfort.

Charming, peaceful and clever is how to describe most Libras I know. Therefore the best Libra gift ideas will provoke their curiosity while satisfying their need for luxury, relaxation and comfort.

Taki Koji, Summer, 1968, from Provoke Magazine No.1, 1968

Taki Koji, Summer, from Provoke Magazine 1968

Takuma Nakahira

Takuma Nakahira Nakahira Takuma July 6 1938 September 1 2015 was a Japanese photographer and photography critic Born in Tokyo Nakahira attend

Takuma Nakahira (1938-​​2015) Japanese artist Takuma Nakahira has passed away. Also a writer and critic, Nakahira founded Purovoku (Provoke), an experimental magazine that featured work by photographers and that intended to capture “pieces of reality cut out by means of the camera,” … Continue reading →

Takuma Nakahira (1938-​​2015) Japanese artist Takuma Nakahira has passed away. Also a writer and critic, Nakahira founded Purovoku (Provoke), an experimental magazine that featured work by photographers and that intended to capture “pieces of reality cut out by means of the camera,” … Continue reading →

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