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© Ken Domon, 1950s, Hiroshima
In the process of healing and creating a truly original visual language, Japanese photographers at first sought to directly record the bombing’s devastation.
As one of the most important memorials to the Hiroshima bombing, Ken Domon’s book Hiroshima (1958) employs respectful, yet unflinching gravure images to document the bombing’s atrocities.
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