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Wakabayashi Nobuyuki ph. - From ‘Woman who jumped up' book, 1971
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Le chambre de van Gogh
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Nobuyoshi Araki “Love on the Left Eye”
Since October of last year, Araki has been largely unable to see out of his right eye due to a retinal artery obstruction. Still, he has continued to shoot with unchanged vigor: in total, this series consists of hundreds of images. Araki shot the photographs that make up “Love on the Left Eye” on slide film, and, before making any prints, he filled up the right side of the film with a black magic marker. The printed photographs, then, reflect Araki’s vision—the left side of each image is clear, but the right side is clouded.
Araki recently recovered from prostate cancer, and he is now facing up to the reality of losing vision in one of his eyes. “Death comes towards us all, you know,” he says. “I don’t want to approach it myself, but there’s no getting around the fact that it’s coming. You just have to laugh it off!” These words show Araki’s energetic approach to his work, and this series—which reflects the Araki of today—could indeed be seen as a declaration that “photography is life.”
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Fritz Henle - Nude tidal pool
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Petra on apple boxes.
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Anton Bruehl (1939)