Nakahira, a Japanese photographer, writer, critic and political activist shoots black and white images. These are blurry and grainy and bring uncertainty into photography. He was an early Japanese photographer who moved past a tradition of social realism. His work also brings language into photography as an integral part of his pieces.
Circulation: Date, Place, Events was initially exhibited as part of the Seventh Paris Biennale in 1971. This exhibition, inspired by that exhibition features 74 gelatin silver prints that come from the original 35 mm negatives.