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荒木 経惟 / Nobuyoshi Araki

¥4,800 + tax

Publisher/白夜書房

   Published/1982
Format/ソフトカバー   Pages/-   Size/150*210*10
Google翻訳
The "Photo Age Bunko" was born from the magazine "Photo Age", which was designed by the legendary editor Akira Suei. The first book was published by Akira Nobuyoshi, a nickname of Araki, was called Ai no Arashi, because he wanted to make the photo book available to more people. Araki, who started seeing Taeko Hori, the actress of actress Michiyo Okusu, who appeared in the movie “Tsigoinel Weizen” (1980) directed by Seijun Suzuki, has been shooting moats for two and a half years and has compiled this book. Was. From natural portraits to dramatic costumes and nudes, the moats show a variety of facial expressions. The mysteriousness of the moat with its unique atmosphere stands out, and the hairstyle changes in various ways, probably because of the long shooting period, and at first glance, it seems as if it were a different person. At the end of the book, there is a dialogue between Araki and Hori and a playwright, Kiyoshi Uesugi, who also contributed to The Photographic Age, and discusses the theory of Nobuyoshi Araki's "Imaginary Jump of Nobuyoshi Araki".
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