Nagasaki Remembers - Children
stock nr:
1005
artist(s):
VERNACULARARMAND LATOURRE
title:
Nagasaki Remembers - Children
medium:
gelatin silver print
date created:
1965-69 — date printed: 1965-69
dimensions:
height 203mm x width 260mm — height 7.99inch x width 10.24inch
info/price:
The Night-time Face of Tokyo - Photographer at work
stock nr:
1004
artist(s):
VERNACULARARMAND LATOURRE
title:
The Night-time Face of Tokyo - Photographer at work
medium:
gelatin silver print
date created:
1965-69 — date printed: 1965-69
dimensions:
height 258mm x width 203mm — height 10.16inch x width 7.99inch
info/price:
Nagasaki Remembers - Back to work after lunch
stock nr:
1003
artist(s):
VERNACULARARMAND LATOURRE
title:
Nagasaki Remembers - Back to work after lunch
medium:
gelatin silver print
date created:
1965-69 — date printed: 1965-69
dimensions:
height 203mm x width 257mm — height 7.99inch x width 10.12inch
info/price:
The Night-time Face of Tokyo - Pachinko machines
stock nr:
1001
artist(s):
VERNACULARARMAND LATOURRE
title:
The Night-time Face of Tokyo - Pachinko machines
medium:
gelatin silver print
date created:
1965-69 — date printed: 1065-69
dimensions:
height 174mm x width 255mm — height 6.85inch x width 10.04inch
info/price:

biography

This group of photographs are made in Japan by the French Armand Latourre who worked as a photojournalist  for Camera Press ltd. in London. 

Camera Press was founded in 1947 by Tom Blau, a Jewish Hungarian reporter and photographer who left Nazi Germany in 1935 and moved to London. Camera Press is now the largest independent photographic agency in the UK and has represented some of the world’s leading photographers, such as Cecil Beaton.

Latourre’s group of photographs are made 20 years after the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and explores how Japan has recovered and dealt with the devastating effects of the atomic bombs.

selected exhibitions