About Japanese photographer Sakiko NOMURA (b.1967 in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi Prefecture)

Sakiko NOMURA is actually living in Tokyo. 1990 he graduated from the Department of Photography, Kyushu Sangyo University, Fukuoka. Since 1991 Sakiko NOMURA works for Nobuyoshi ARAKI and then started as an independent photographer.

Photo books by and with works by Sakiko NOMURA (a selection)

  • 'Naked Room' (1994)
    'Hadaka no jikan' (Naked Time, 1997)

    'Kuroneko' (Black Cat, 2002)
    tsukuyomi' (2005)
    'Kuroyami / Black Darkness' (2008)

    'Yakan Hikou' (Night Flight, 2008)
    'Nude / A Room / Flowers' (2012)
    'Hotel Pegasus' (2013)
    'Sex / snow' (2013)

    'Tamano' (2014)
    'Sex / Snow' (2014)
    'After ARAKI. Heaven & Hell' (2014)
    Another Language 8 Japanese Photographers' (2015)
    'Flower' (2015)

    'Another Black Darkness' (2016)

    'GUN' (2016)
    'Ango', (2017)
    'Moonlight' (2018)
    'My Last Remaining Dream' (2018)
    'Nocturne' (2022)

Captured within the volume 'Flower' by Japanese photographer Sakiko NOMURA, former assistant of Nobuyosi ARAKI, are an array of images of flowers, nude portraits and photographed landscapes all exuding fleshly and sensuous emotions throughout each page.
78,00 € * Weight 0.3 kg
FOAM Magazine #40 is dedicated to the life & legacy of Nobuyoshi ARAKI. Opening with his never before published portfolio qARADISE, it also presents essays about him and a selection of contemporary Japanese photographers influenced by the Japanese master.
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The photographic volume 'Hotel Pegasus' by Japanese photographer Sakiko NOMURA is a superbly printed unusual publication in a very modern layout, reminiscent of a comic book with its narrow white lines between the rhythmically arranged dark color images.
42,00 € Weight 0.2 kg
Pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), 25,5 x 37,5 x 2 cm., 128 pp., approx. 68 b/w ills., no text
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