Sumo wrestlers and Japan’s ‘achievement culture’, are the subject of a new exhibition by photographer Martina Hoogland-Ivanow. Opening today at the Dazed & Confused Gallery in London’s Old Street, the show features pictures of wrestlers immediately after their bouts. It promises to highlight the blurred issue of age for Sumos – as they age and gain weight, they tend to look younger.
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