Nobuyoshi Araki : Moi, la vie, la mort

Nobuyoshi Araki : Moi, la vie, la mort

The definitive overview of Japan’s greatest and most controversial living photographer. Edited by Akiko Miki, Yoshiko Isshiki and Tomoko Sato; essays by Ian Jeffrey, Akiko Miki, Yuko Tanaka and Jonathan Watkins; interview by Hans-Ulrich Obrist; annotated bibliography by Kotaro Iizawa 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.

Nobuyoshi Araki : Moi, la vie, la mort 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

- Araki enfin - Voir ce livre
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- Araki by Araki: The Photographer’s Personal Selection 1963-2002 - Voir ce livre
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- Araki : Tokyo Lucky Hole - Voir ce livre
- Araki mythologie - Voir ce livre
- Love hotel - Voir ce livre
- Araki Gold - Voir ce livre
- Nobuyoshi Araki - Nostalgia Tokyo - Voir ce livre
- Tokyo Love. Spring Fever 1994 - Voir ce livre
- Kids - Voir ce livre

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Nobuyoshi Araki : Moi, la vie, la mort
de Araki Nobuyoshi, Akiko Miki, Yoshiko Isshiki, Tomoko Sato

Nobuyoshi Araki : Moi, la vie, la mort de Araki Nobuyoshi, Akiko Miki, Yoshiko Isshiki, Tomoko Sato
Éditeur: Phaidon Press
Parution: Septembre 2007
Pages: 720
ISBN-13: 978-0714858050

 

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