Ninagawa Mika

Monday, 8 June 2015

“[The VIVO photographers] rejected classical photojournalism, linear narratives and the apparent objectivity of the mechanical representation of reality. They saw photography above all as a medium for individual expression and sought to use and expand its inherent artistic possibilities. For them, the image conveyed meaning far beyond the objects depicted, causing the VIVO photographers also to be known as the ‘Image Generation’.” Ferdinand Brueggemann •