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In Koki Tanaka's A Haircut by 9 Hairdressers at Once (Second Attempt), a woman volunteers to have her locks shorn.
Photo courtesy of Koki Tanaka
In Koki Tanaka's A Haircut by 9 Hairdressers at Once (Second Attempt), a woman volunteers to have her locks shorn.

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Tanaka's agenda deserves to be considered. Social critics who employ humor are a rare breed, not just in art circles but the culture at large. Tanaka, who is living in L.A. on a three-year fellowship funded by the Japanese government, has the time to make a bigger name for himself in the United States. In Japan, he's already a well-known provocateur. San Francisco is his chance to prove himself in another country. So far, so good.

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