A haunting new exhibition at SFMOMA surveys the effects of the atomic age on a generation of daring Japanese photographers.
Jaffe was the Candace Bushnell of the atomic age, painting a picture of the life of single working women in New York City.
Several Provoke photographers were children during World War II and were obviously influenced by the atomic age.
It was simply too dangerous, too unthinkable, in the atomic age—unless the most vital of U.S. interests were at stake.
Among them: Steven Johnson's The Invention of Air and Tom Zoellner's Uranium, a history-cum-travel-narrative of the atomic age.
The world needs an object lesson to show how far it has strayed from those first wonderful days of the atomic age.
The "death" of matter has been the "birth" of an atomic age.
Our continuing negotiations in this field are a major part of our quest for a confident peace in this atomic age.
Industry could not exist without them, even in an atomic age.
The first two decades of the atomic age have comprised a period of swift maturity.