Araki is one of the most radical and influential photo artists of our time. He regularly causes controversy by exploring topics of sexuality and death that are largely taboo, often in a provocative manner.
His debated nudes and intimate studies of the female body are only one part of his extensive canon of motifs, with which the artist describes a world in which life, death and lust are deeply entwined and merged. The nude shows a favourite model of Araki, with whom he worked for many years.
The print is part of the two-venue exhibition ARAKISS in cooperation with WestLicht. Museum for Photography, from 19.05. to 01.08.2021. It can be dispatched only after the exhibition.
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Gelatin silver print on baryta, print date: 1990s
Bildmaße 46,1 x 57,7 cm (46,1 x 57,7 inch)
Objektmaße 50,7 x 60,6 cm (50,7 x 60,6 inch)
Montage, Rahmen Archival mat board 60 x 80 cm
Double weight paper, semi-matte surface; light creases
Signed by the artist in pencil on the reverse
Nobuyoshi Araki, Tokyo Comedy, Tokyo: Korinsha Shuppan 1997; Wiener Secession, Nobuyoshi Araki, Korinsha Press: Kyoto 1997; Araki. Tokyomania,Paris: Galerie Kamel Mennour 2000; Araki by Araki. The photographer's personal selection 1963-2002, Tokyo: Kodansha International 2003, p. 275.
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