In 1964, LIFE Photographer Michael Rougier and correspondent Robert Morse spent time in Japan documenting the youth of that era and the revolt the generation was facing. During this time, the LIFE pair documented incredibly intimate moments and the shocking realities of the Japanese youth and their downward spiral.
The photos from Rougier depict teens living recklessly in a world that was being controlled by the older generations. From their generational divide, the teens began losing respect for their elders. The teens felt that the war at the tome was unnecessary, and blamed the older generations for the political state of their country. Respect plays a very important role within Japanese culture, the loss of respect meant that the youth were no longer living within the social structure and started revolting by taking on the phenomenons of the Western world. The introduction of rock and roll, opioids and the formations of mo...
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Phillip Ellis’s Britain .
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Soviet renaissance man El Lissitzky receives a major double show at the State Treyakov Museum and Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre in Moscow.
States of America.
Nottingham Contemporary explores the cross sections of American life from the 1960’s through the 1990’s with the exhibition “States of America”.
AnOther’s editor, Alex Fury, celebrates the legacy of iconic fashion photographer Chris Moore with the photo book “Catwalking”.
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