Sakiko Nomura, a Japanese artist born in 1967, could be identified as part of a group of japanese photographers who work with grainy and contrasted blacks and whites and an exacerbated sensitivity. While she has used colour in several series, Sakiko Nomura is best known for her exploration of male monochrome nudes – an investigation she initiated more than twenty...
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