Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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Nobuyoshi Araki

Winter love #8, 2004

Photography

Mixed Media

USD 4,100

Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitled (Pink Flower),

Photography

Lambda print

USD 13,500

Nobuyoshi Araki

67 shooting back, 2007

Photography

Lambda print

USD 4,750

Nobuyoshi Araki

Yakuza, 1994

Photography

Lambda print

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Nobuyoshi Araki

Colorscapes, 1991

Photography

Lambda print

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Nobuyoshi Araki

Colorscapes, 1991

Photography

Lambda print

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Nobuyoshi Araki

Flower, Yamorinsky and Bondaged Woman, 2006

Photography

Lambda print

USD 4,750

Nobuyoshi Araki

Kimbaku (67 shooting back), 2007

Photography

Lambda print

USD 13,500

Nobuyoshi Araki

Flower,

Photography

Gelatin Silver Print

USD 4,750

Nobuyoshi Araki

SM snapper, 1990s

Photography

Gelatin Silver Print

USD 6,750

Nobuyoshi Araki

Grand diary of a photo Maniac, 1994

Photography

Gelatin Silver Print

USD 4,750

Nobuyoshi Araki

Sentimental Journey, 1971

Photography

Gelatin Silver Print

USD 4,750

Nobuyoshi Araki

Yakuza, 1994

Photography

Gelatin Silver Print

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Nobuyoshi Araki

Yakuza, 1994

Photography

Gelatin Silver Print

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Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitle from Erotos, 1993

Photography

Gelatin Silver Print

USD 13,500

Nobuyoshi Araki

Tokyo novelle, 1995

Photography

Gelatin Silver Print

USD 6,750

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Mono-Ha

Meaning "School of things" Mono-ha originated in Tokyo in the mid-1960s. Instead of traditional artwork, the artists of Mono-ha made use of the different materials and their various properties in their works to show dismay for the industrialization that was occurring in Japan at the time. The movement ended up gaining international attention and is a widely-respected form of art.

Glass

Glass is a transparent solid. It varies in composition based on the type of glass. Artists use these variants to create art glass, including stained, blown, and a myriad of decorated forms. Glass can be cut, textured, surfaced with overlays, and engraved.

Modern Realism

Modern realism describes artwork which depicts things as they exist in reality. Because the art style followed after abstract art was developed, the art is generally painted or drawn using modern approaches while continuing to paint realistic subjects from everyday life.

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