Nobuyoshi Araki is active/lives in Japan. Nobuyoshi Araki is known for avant-garde photography.
Biography Nobuyoshi Araki
"A Maverick of Japanese Photography, Bound Tight to Ritual," by Jason Farago, February 28, 2018, Art & Design Section, The New York Times
“The Incomplete Araki” is a knowingly redundant title for an exhibition of Japan’s most prolific, most controversial, and most disobedient photographer. For more than 50 years, Nobuyoshi Araki has pushed the limits of production — he has taken an uncountable number of photographs, gathered into something like 500 books — and pushed the limits, too, of free expression. He was arrested once on obscenity charges, and Japanese and foreign authorities have censored his exhibitions of Tokyo streetscapes, blossoming flowers, and, most notoriously, women trussed up in the baroque rope bondage te
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