In Sakiko Nomura’s “Tsukiyo”, flowers adorning the grave of her mother intersect with nudes of an enigmatic, young male model, photographs of Tokyo and snapshots of animals and streets. With the solemn gentleness that characterizes much of her work, Nomura brings her subjects and motifs together to create a thick but difficult-to-grasp atmosphere. Her ability to use images to reminisce on the nature of the relationship between Eros and Thanatos, beauty and transience is paralleled perhaps only by her former mentor Nobuyoshi Araki.
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- Book Size
- 280 × 210 mm
- 32 pages
- Publication Year