Tadasuke Akiyama

Photographer, Visual Artist

1941 –

95

Who is Tadasuke Akiyama?

Tadasuke Akiyama is a renowned Japanese photographer.

Born in Shinagawa, Tokyo, in 1941, Akiyama studied in the Faculty of Political Science of Waseda University and then went to Tokyo College of Photography, graduating in 1964. He became an assistant to Yasuhiro Ishimoto but very quickly turned freelance. With Haruo Satō, he created Wakai gunzō, a series of photographs of young people within crowds, taken close up with a wide-angle lens that won acclaim; it led to a series of collaborations with Satō.

Akiyama traveled to east and west Europe just before the destruction of the Berlin Wall; he also photographed carnivals in the West Indies at around this time.

Akiyama taught at Punjab College of Photography from 1970.

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Born
1941
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Lived in
  • Tokyo

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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