"Tamotsu Yato (矢頭保), a photographer working in Japan from the mid-60s to the early 70s, created images of Japanese men that had a currency and evocativeness that were rare for his time.
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I like snobs. They are too funny. You have to be amused by someone who takes invented values and treats them like they are the very meaning of life. A snob's commitment to the vissicitudes of taste, status and social hierarchy is after all, a romantic pursuit, and ultimately an exercise as poetic as it is futile.
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EAGERLY ANTICIPATING: BOLD, BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED: THE WORLD OF 80's FASHION ILLUSTRATOR TONY VIRAMONTES : LAURENCE KINGSubmitted by Wayne on Fri, 2013-04-12 15:44.
CURRENT READING: PHOTOGRAPHY : A Middle-Brow Art: An Essay on the Social Uses of Photography: PIERRE BOURDIEUSubmitted by Wayne on Mon, 2013-04-01 18:48.
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