The year did not see any especially major topics. As you will see, although there was a wealth of photographic collections published and exhibitions held, overall there does not appear to have been anything particularly worthy of note. Rather, it may be the changes occurring in the environment surrounding photography that deserved the most attention this year. The iPad released by Apple is a portable terminal that can be taken anywhere, and as such is beginning to be used widely as a tool for presenting photographic works. Various companies have also released electronic book readers, and channels are gradually appearing for the publication of photographic collections as electronic books in the future.
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Kishin Shinoyama: Nude, Portfolio of 10 Extra-Large Prints
Focus features two in-depth reviews each month of fine art, architecture and design exhibitions and events at art museums, galleries and alternative spaces around Japan. The contributors are non-Japanese art critics living in Japan. Think "nudes" and a paradoxical clash of beautiful and pornographic imagery likely comes to mind. At Tokyo's Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, celebrated photographer Kishin Shinoyama is melding and stretching that paradox with an enticing house full of women and one man in the flesh -- a show with more than meets the eye.
T he British Journal of Photography recently asked a panel of experts, including photographer Chis Killip and the writer Gerry Badger, to select their best photobook of the past 25 years. Surpisingly, perhaps, Nan Goldin's Ballad of Sexual Dependency , from , came a close second to a much less well-known book, Masahisa Fukase's Karasu Ravens , which was published the same year. While Goldin's book is now widely regarded as a pioneering classic of the raw, confessional style of photographic memoir, Fukase's work is described by the BJP as "an obscure masterpiece". My copy is, as far as I can ascertain, a third edition, which was issued in a print run of 1, copies by the charmingly titled Rathole Gallery in