Nobuyoshi Araki

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It's obscene that Japan found Megumi Igarashi guilty for her vagina art
The eroticism of shunga suggests Japan is as libertarian as they come. But this new case won’t change a country continually swinging between sexual freedom and suppression

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For a New World to Come review – photographers capture Japan's upheaval
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Jonathan Jones

10, May, 2013 @4:56 PM

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Is Nobuyoshi Araki's photography art or porn?

Alex Moshakis: Araki's pictures of trussed-up women in various states of undress – currently on show in London – explore the hidden eroticism beneath Japan's polite society

Alex Moshakis

08, May, 2013 @3:12 PM

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Photography: Nobuyoshi Araki

Photography: The sheer quantity of material does not obscure the clear methodology and aesthetic of Nobuyoshi Araki's work, says Carl Wilkinson

Carl Wilkinson

09, Oct, 2005 @12:53 AM

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Nobuyoshi Araki: Self. Life. Death, Barbican, London

Nobuyoshi Araki has been called a monster, a pornographer and a genius - and the photographer quite agrees. Adrian Searle sees his extraordinary new show.

04, Oct, 2005 @11:05 AM

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Peter Bradshaw: A lively, but frustratingly superficial and uncritical study of 63-year-old Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki

Peter Bradshaw

05, Aug, 2005 @12:00 AM

Nobuyoshi Araki, the Ikon Gallery

His images of bound women may be shocking, but Nobuyoshi Araki's work is full of life, says Adrian Searle.

Adrian Searle

05, Jun, 2001 @2:19 AM

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