Artists and wartime politics: Natori Yōnosuke − a Japanese Riefenstahl?*

@article{Germer2012ArtistsAW,
  title={Artists and wartime politics: Natori Yōnosuke − a Japanese Riefenstahl?*},
  author={Andrea Germer},
  journal={Contemporary Japan; Journal of the German Institute for Japanese Studies Tokyo},
  year={2012},
  volume={24},
  pages={21 - 50}
}
  • Andrea Germer
  • Published 1 March 2012
  • Art
  • Contemporary Japan; Journal of the German Institute for Japanese Studies Tokyo
Abstract Introducing the techniques of the photojournalism of Weimar Germany to Japan at the beginning of the 1930s, photographer Natori Yonosuke (1910−1962) can be called the godfather of photojournalism in Japan. After relocating from Germany to Japan in 1933, his activities until the end of World War II included producing the illustrated propaganda magazine NIPPON (1934−1944), which was geared toward foreign audiences, and publishing a number of other propaganda magazines in occupied East… 

Visible cultures, invisible politics: propaganda in the magazine Nippon Fujin, 1942–1945

Abstract Nippon Fujin (The Japanese woman, 1942–1945) was the most prominent wartime women's magazine of Japan that shaped its propagandistic messages in gendered and culturalized forms. Scrutinizing

Introduction

Japan’s War without Pictures

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 98 REFERENCES

Visual Propaganda in Wartime East Asia : The Case of Natori Yōnosuke

Visual propaganda that targeted the home-front in wartime Japan has recently been examined by scholars who have drawn attention to such aspects of material culture as clothing and textiles (Atkins

An Unexpected Path to Modernisation: The Case of German Artisans during the Second World War

On 10 July 1950, at the celebrations marking the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Wiesbaden Chamber of Artisans (Handwerkskammer), its president Karl Schöppler announced: ‘Today industry

The culture of Japanese fascism

Foreword: Fascism, Yet? / Marilyn Ivy vii Introduction: The Culture of Japanese Fascism / Alan Tansman 1 Part I: Theories of Japanese Fascism Fascism Seen and Unseen: Fascism as a Problem in Cultural

The Indivisible Legacy of Nazi Cinema

Reflections on Methodology While scholars of Nazi cinema working in the 1970s focused primarily on the consonance between politics and aesthetics, more recent commentators have begun to consider the

Riefenstahl Screened: An Anthology of New Criticism

Pages, Neil C., Mary Rhiel and Ingeborg MajerO'Sickey, eds. 2008. Riefenstahl Screened: An Anthology of New Criticism. New York/London: Continuum. $105.00 he. $29.95 sc. xi + 276 pp.Ricfcnstaiil

The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

One of the most important works of cultural theory ever written, Walter Benjamin's groundbreaking essay explores how the age of mass media means audiences can listen to or see a work of art

The New York Review of Books

It comes as something ofa surprise to reflect that the New York Review ofBooks is now over twenty years old. Even people of my generation (that is, old enough to remember the revolutionary 196os but

Henry R. Luce and the Rise of the American News Media

TLDR
This book discusses the "Mind-Guided Camera" Magazine, the Lucean Decade and its Detractors, 1950-1959, and the final Purposes, 1959-1967.

Botschaft

Botschaft Madrid Generalkonsulat Barcelona Konsulat Malaga Konsulat Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Konsulat Palma Tel.: 0034 91 557 90 00 Tel.: 0034 93 292 10 00 Tel.: 0034 952 363 591 Tel.: 0034 928 49

Propaganda, Kriegsberichterstattung und die Wehrmacht. Stellenwert und Funktion der Propagandatruppen im NS-Staat

Die Propagandatruppen der deutschen Wehrmacht waren eine ihrem Wesen nach einzigartige militarische Organisation. Kein anderes am Zweiten Weltkrieg beteiligtes Land verfugte uber eine militarische
...