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    Nobuyoshi Araki (Japanese, 1940)
    Komari from L'amant d'août (Suicide in Tokyo), 2002
    Dye bleach, printed 2008
    39-1/8 x 49-1/4 inches (99.4 x 125.1 cm)
    Signed in ink, verso and again on label, backing board verso.

    PROVENANCE:
    The artist;
    Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo;
    Yoshii Gallery, New York;
    Private Collection, New York.

    LITERATURE:
    Araki, Nobuyoshi, 6*7 Hangeki (Tokyo: Arton, May 25, 2007);
    Araki, Nobuyoshi, Araki by Araki - The Photographer's Personal Selection. (Tokyo: Kobunsha International, May 25, 2003), p. 384-385;
    Araki, Nobuyoshi, Araki Gold (Milano: Skira, 2007), p. 103;
    Araki, Nobuyoshi, A Woman Called Komari (Tokyo: Inter Media, April 20, 2002;
    Araki, Nobuyoshi, L'amant D'aout (Tokyo: Shogakukan, January 1, 2002), p. 242;
    Araki, Nobuyoshi, Suicide in Tokyo (Milano: Baldini & Castoldi, 2002), p. 204.


    More information about Nobuyoshi Araki, also known as Araki, Nobuyoshi, Nobuyoshi Araki.



    Condition Report*: Overall good condition. Hairline scratches, some vertical, some horizontal, particularly along the left edge of the piece. A very few disruptions to the emulsion, also particularly on the left side of the work. Not examined out of frame. Framed under acrylic to 40 1/4 by 50 3/4 inches.
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    Auction Dates
    April, 2021
    12th Monday
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