Walking a Tightrope

15.05.2013 | Art , Blog | BY:

Putting an artistic spin on the formerly seedy and underground world of bondage, Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki's work has been controversial to say the least.

One of his most well-known bodies of work, Kinbaku, a celebration of the beauty of tight binding, is now on display at the Michael Hoppen gallery in London.

Are his images of tied-up women incredibly misogynistic or breathtakingly beautiful? Make up your mind about the

artist by visiting his solo show today.

Nobuyoshi Araki is on display until June 8 at Michael Hoppen gallery, 3 Jubilee Place, SW3 3TD.




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