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    Nobuyoshi Araki
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    Heibonsha Ltd (December 1996)
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Publisher's Description. Sentimental travelogue puzzlingly bares enough resemblance to its title-including Araki's trademark near snapshot images of his wife, the Buddah, and random alleys-that the hundreds of naked women, some of whom appear to be on vacation, and some of whom reside close to the heights of vulgarity, make Araki's journey as bizarre as a comic strip

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He is also known by the nickname Arākī (アラーキー). Araki has published over 500 books. He is known primarily for his photography that blends eroticism and bondage in a fine art context. Araki was born in Tokyo on May 25, 1940. He studied film and photography at Chiba University from 1959, receiving a degree in 1963

He became famous for Un Voyage Sentimental (1971), a series of photos depicting both banal and deeply intimate scenes of his wife during their honeymoon. A number of his works feature young women in sexualized situations: Kinbaku, a series from 1979, features 101 photographs of women in rope bondage. He typically works in black-and-white photography, and his hallmark style is deliberately casual.

Araki is a superstar in Japan. You realize this if you chart his wake through the streets of Shinjuku--young girls screeching, yakuza gangsters pointing, salary men stopping dead in their tracks. No photographer in the West has this kind of public visibility. The people of Tokyo love Araki--he's one of their own, a homeboy, and he loves them back: his work has been one long poem to his city of birth and of choice." Nobuyoshi Araki: When I photograph unhappiness I only capture unhappiness, but when I photograph happiness, life, death, and everything else comes through. Unhappiness seems grave and heavy; happiness is light, but happiness has its own heaviness, a looming sense of death. The camera itself, the photograph itself, calls up death. Also, I think about death when I photograph, which comes out in the print. Perhaps that's an Oriental, Buddhist perception. To me, photography is an act in which my "self" is pulled out via the subject. Photography was destined to be involved with death. Reality is in color, but at its beginnings photography always discolored reality and turned it into black and white. Color is life, black and white is death. A ghost was hiding in the invention of photography.