This photograph by Shomei Tomatsu of actress Eiko Ashima is blown up to wall size for “The Provoke Era: Japanese Photography From the Collection of SFMOMA” exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum.
This photograph by Shomei Tomatsu of actress Eiko Ashima is blown up to wall size for “The Provoke Era: Japanese Photography From the Collection of SFMOMA” exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum. Copyright Shomei Tomatsu Courtesy of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
This photograph by Shomei Tomatsu of actress Eiko Ashima is blown up to wall size for “The Provoke Era: Japanese Photography From the Collection of SFMOMA” exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum. Copyright Shomei Tomatsu Courtesy of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Art review: Postwar Japanese photography at Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum

January 01, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED January 02, 2015 12:00 AM

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