Ikkō Narahara Marunouchi, 1950’s. Ikko Narahara is a self-taught photographer and co-founder of VIVO, a Japanese photography cooperative he formed with five of his peers. Narahara’s work often depicts subjects in isolation from the outside world, and I love how he is able to abstract scenes of everyday life into graphic compositions, making the viewer feel an otherworldly detachment from familiar sights.
奈良原一高「人間の土地」より 緑なき島－軍艦島 アパートの入口、夜景
Ikko NARAHARA :: Island without Green―Gunkanjima: Apartment Windows from "Human Land″, 1954-57
Ikko NARAHARA :: Island without Green―Gunkanjima: The Tunnel from "Human Land″, 1954-57
By Ikko Narahara, 1972 - From Where Time Has Vanished series. S) | Street Photography