On Saturday 21st January 2017 I visited the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich, and had a look around one of their current exhibitions: Masters of Japanese Photography.
I have attached a PDF of the guide that is available on the SCVA’s website: masters-of-japanese-photography-2016-gallery-guide
I noted that the exhibition focussed on three photographers, all who started working properly after the Second World War had ended, and I made notes as I walked around each of the sections of the exhibit.
One of the most striking images of Araki’s on display was the cover image of the Gallery Guide (linked above), Colourscapes, 1991, which was a portrait style shot of a young woman eating watermelon. Following this, the first collection of his I looked at was of a series of flower images, all of which were very bold and colourful. Araki had mostly focussed on the flowers centres…
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