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Takuma Nakahira (b. 1938) is a photographer and one-time photography critic who came to prominence amidst the explosion of photographic expression of the late 1960s, and together with Daido Moriyama his are, bure, bokeh style came to define much of his generation's attempts to break with the past. His first photo book, For a Language to Come, published in 1970 (republished in 2010) is also his best known work, and indeed one of the most famous and sought after Japanese photo books what the photographer and critic Gerry Badger called "a masterpiece not only of Japanese photo-culture, but of photographic literature generally".