Tokyo: Kobunsha, 1999.
Paperback. 10 5/8" X 8 1/4". Text in English and Japanese. Pictorial dust jacket with yellow obi, over pictorial wraps. Very light shelfwear. A vibrant example in full-color photographs of the work of Japanese erotic photographer Nobuyoshi Araki (b. 1940) interacting with the work of artist Taro Okamoto (1911-1996) at the Taro Okamoto Museum of Art in Kawasaki, featuring the following brief essays: "Something Comic in TaRo's Art" by comic artist Fujio Akatsuka, "A Monster Photographs a Genius" by writer Shinaro Ishihara, "Art Which Refuses to be Defined" by personality Rokusuke Ei," "Araki Challenges to TaRo's Eros" by curator of the Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum Toshiko Okamoto, "A Demon for Photography" by artist Yayoi Kusama, "Dear Mr. Nobuyoshi Araki" by illustrator Majo Shimao, "A Spark Emitted by the Intercourse of Sacred Life" by writer Jakucho Setouchi, "Taro Okamoto's Artistry and Chanoyu" by Grand Tea Master, Urasenke Soshitsu Sen, "The Face Crossing My Mind" by writer Ko Machida, and "Klein Bottle" by illustrator Shoji Yamafuji. Near fine. Item #4794