Irving Penn on Issey Miyake

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Bourdon, David. "People of the World Materialize in Ambulant Studio." Smithsonian 5 (October 1974): 52–59. The Tokyo exhibit will include large-scale projections of Penn’s collection photographs, an animated film by Pascal Roulin with original drawings by Michael Crawford, Issey Miyake co

Walsh, George, Colin Naylor and Michael Held, Eds. Contemporary Photographers, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1982. Hall-Duncan, Nancy. The History of Fashion Photography. International Museum of Photography, George Eastman House. Rochester, 1979. Penn, Irving. Irving Penn: Photographs (exhibition catalogue). New York: Alexander Iolas Gallery, 1960.I was living in the town of Fuchu, adjacent to Hiroshima. My house, where my mother was, was 2.3 kilometers away from the epicenter of the bomb blast. Mr. Miyake with models in 1984. He was one of the first Japanese designers to show in Paris. Pierre Guillaud/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

After his return to New York in 1946, Penn worked with other fashion and home magazines as well as Vogue, juggling fashion, portraiture, and ethnographic photography. Photographing indigenous peoples in their natural surroundings had long been a dream of Penn's. On Vogue's dime, he travelled to Spain, Peru, Bangladesh, Hawaii, Manila, The Philippines, India, and other exotic locations for fashion shoots. On these occasions, he also completed personal projects. I told the people at the home to which I had been evacuated, “I want to go home,” and they gave me lots of hard, dry biscuits. I headed home alone to search for my mother.Models present creations by Mr. Miyake in 2018. Often Mr. Miyake used solid colors of blues, greens, crimson, or printed with flowers, tattoos, or gunpowder. Bertrand Guay/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Yokoo is known for bringing influences of Pop and Psychedelia into Japanese art. “I’m quite confident about my influence on different parts of Japanese culture in the 1960s and 1970s,” he declared in a 2015 interview with London’s Tate Modern, listing all the fields he had been involved in, from design to film appearances, and noting of his textile work. “My collaboration with Issey Miyake has been going on for 45 years.” The two innovators met in New York in 1971, at the first international show of Miyake’s work at the Japan Society. Beginning in 1977, Yokoo has designed the invitations for all of Miyake’s Paris shows, in addition to creating prints for various collections. The 2005 exhibition Issey Miyake Paris Collections 1977–1999: Invitations by Tadanori Yokoo (poster shown left) showcased the output of this creative collaboration. — A.R

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