The Night Was So Long, the Day Even Longer

After the Night When I Wake Up, I'll See What Tomorrow Brings
Ichirō Kojima

Ichirō Kojima

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Halil Koyutürk

Halil Koyutürk

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Empire of Passion (1978). French poster by Roland Topor.

Empire of Passion (1978). French poster by Roland Topor.

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by Emma Tempest for Vogue Portugal November 2010

by Emma Tempest for Vogue Portugal November 2010

Tokyo Lucky Hole by Nobuyoshi Araki

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It’s difficult to imagine New York City without the massive throngs of people, but that’s exactly what you’ll find in the work of photographer Duane Michals

Starting in the 1960s, Duane would roam the streets of New York City in the early hours of the morning when the bustling city was remarkably quiet. 

Photos Show a NYC Devoid of People

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Jock Sturges - Eva, 2003
rosangela betti

rosangela betti

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Wolfgang Sievers 

Wolfgang Sievers 

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Yoshiichi Hara “Shokujo Roku” - “Record of Women” 1983

"Great photography and social history, something of an early version of Nobuyoshi Araki’s "Tokyo Lucky Hole." A fascinating record of women working in Japan’s sex industry. Most of these photos were taken during the 1970’s. A cult figure, Hara dedicated his art to documenting the lives of showgirls, bargirls and prostitutes - preparing for work, at work, after work - backstage, on stage, at home and at leisure."

True, Yoshiichi Hara is unjustly overlooked.

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Miroslav Tichý

Miroslav Tichý

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Vivian Maier

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