Nobuyoshi Araki. Self, Life, Death

This major publication provides the most comprehensive overview yet of Nobuyoshi Araki’s (b.1940) prolific 40-year career Arguably Japan’s greatest living photographer – and certainly its most controversial – consistently challenging artistic and social conventions in post-war Japan The first book to examine Araki’s work from a wide variety of viewpoints: Japanese and European; female and male, including all his major works, such as Sentimental Journey (1971), Tokyo Story (1989) and Erotos (1993) Araki’s writings, widely admired and published in Japan, are translated into English for the first time Includes a complete illustrated and annotated bibliography of 200 of Araki’s own books

Text: Miki Aikiko, Sato Tomoko et al. cm 29x 21,4cm; pp. 720; COL and BW; hardcover. Publisher: Phaidon Press, London, 2005.

ISBN: 9780714845760| 0714845760

ID: AM-10615

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This major publication provides the most comprehensive overview yet of Nobuyoshi Araki’s (b.1940) prolific 40-year career Arguably Japan’s greatest living photographer – and certainly its most controversial – consistently challenging artistic and social conventions in post-war Japan The first book to examine Araki’s work from a wide variety of viewpoints: Japanese and European; female and male, including all his major works, such as Sentimental Journey (1971), Tokyo Story (1989) and Erotos (1993) Araki’s writings, widely admired and published in Japan, are translated into English for the first time Includes a complete illustrated and annotated bibliography of 200 of Araki’s own books

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