Gemma De Santos loaned me a book the other day from the gallery of a Japanese photographer named Shoji Ueda. He lived from 1913-2000, and I have to say that his work is very interesting. His career spanned the late pictorial movement to the high modernism of the 40s-60's, and he was still making photos in the mid to late 80's. What I find fascinating in his work is that he was doing stuff that looks incredibly up-to-date in style back in the 30's! If you can track down any books or online references to his work, it is worth a look.