15 May 2008
JAPANESE PHOTOGRAPHY SINCE 1960
Wanting to molest the women who had become monochrome photographs, I turned to painting them in colour.
ARAKI NOBUYOSHI, 2001
ARAKI NOBUYOSHI (b.1940)
Untitled from 'Shikijo-kyo' [Sexual Deviance], 2001
unique gelatin silver print with acrylic handwork
signed in ink on reverse of mount
17¾ x 21¾in. (45.2 x 55.5cm.)
With Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo;
acquired by present owner.
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Araki, Shikijo-kyo, Taka Ishii Gallery, 2001, n.p. (fig.F).
Tokyo, Taka Ishii Gallery, Araki Nobuyoshi: Shikijo-kyo, 17 February -- 7 March 2001.
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