Fate in Spring – Sakiko Nomura


Limited Editions of 850 / Signed & Numbered (756/850)

Fate in Spring


After the death of her grandmother, the artist clutches to the nostalgia for her friends passed on and realises this book which recalls in its shape a Kyohon (経本), a Japanese book of buddhist prayers for the deads.

Book Size 369 x 128mm
Pages 108
Publication Date 2020.11
Publisher Akio Nagasawa Publishing

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Fate in Spring



Born 1967 in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi. Graduated from Kyushu Sangyo University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Photography and Imaging Arts, and became Nobuyoshi Araki’s disciple in ’91. Following her first solo exhibition “Clock Without Hand” in ’93, she participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions mainly in Tokyo but also at locations across Asia and Europe and received high acclaim. After winning a New Figure Encouragement Prize at Photo City Sagamihara 2013, she is currently one of the most watched photographers. Photo books include “Hadaka no jikan (Naked Time)” (1997), “Kuroneko (Black Cat)” (’02), “Yakan Hikou (Night Flight)”, “Kuroyami (Black Darkness)” (both ’08), “Nude / A Room / Flowers” (’12), “Tamano” (’14), “Gun” and “Another Black Darkness” (both ’16), “Ango” and “Ai Ni Tsuite (About Love)” (both ’17) etc.

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Weight 1.5 kg