"When you've lived through those three deaths, you'll be a photographer"-1

The reason for choosing Araki Jing. 

It's his affection with Yoko and his affection for Cat Quirrell. 

Without the achievements that accompany him, they are not achievements. 

A lonely bad old man in the shape of stubborn sheep's horns. 

Like a tourist attraction that attracts people's attention after the departure of a loved one. 

But it's an enclosed island. 

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Everyone is lonely. 

In life, encounter love, encounter sex is not rare. 

What is rare is to meet and understand. 

Love is colder than death. 

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Write the madman "I am photography" 

It is not too much to say that Araki is a man with three heads and six arms. 

So far, he has published nearly 200 books of photographs at the rate of more than a dozen books a year, many of which are so-called graphic documents in which words and photos are mixed. 

As a living photographer, he published the complete works of Araki Sutra Photography in 12 volumes from the Primary School Hall of a famous Japanese publishing house in 1998. 

He also opens his photography columns in several magazines (not photography magazines) at the same time every month, transmitting his daily life and works synchronously to Araki's fans. 

However, despite so much work, Araki, who has been 60 years old, has always been at ease, and the speed of producing photos shows no sign of abating. 

In this crazy high-speed operation, Araki himself has become a unique personal media in Japanese mass society. 

Although he himself modestly calls it a "small medium". 

In order to make himself easily recognizable, he made a careful design of his image. 

Dressed in red or black, clogs, black sunglasses, a hairstyle tilted to the sideburns, and a light moustache, he gave himself a cat-like look, and he had a cat-like temperament and went his own way. only according to his own will. 

Araki also calls himself a "writer madman". 

In Japanese, the word photography is the Chinese character "photo", so "writing madman" means "photography madman". 

In a society like Japan, those who regard themselves as madmen are in danger of isolating themselves from the society, but the public do not think much of Araki's "madness", but respond with warm applause. 

His original image design, which is completely inconsistent with the Japanese tradition and current social norms, coupled with his blunt arrogance, but he has won the favor of the urban mediocre people who are suffering from daily norms, who are willing to deviate but do not have the courage to implement them (as opposed to his madness). 

After people accepted his image and admitted his wild particularity, his artistic anarchism gained a kind of legitimacy at the same time. 

Japanese society took him as an exception and accepted him with tolerance. 

Therefore, for Araki, particularity is legitimacy. 

However, in Araki Sutra only "crazy", he actually kept awake all the time. 

In a conversation, when the other party compared some American photographers such as South Golding and Larry Clark who solved their life problems through photography, he said very frankly, "I am dishonest." 

To be honest, I'm not very serious. " 

In other words, he takes photography less seriously than those who see photography as a lifesaver. 

Photography is a game for him, and he uses photography as a game to deal with life and understand life. 

It is impossible for him, like others, to die with photography when his problems cannot be solved. 

This is what he calls "dishonesty". 

However, he is so honest to admit his "dishonesty", can you say that he is a "dishonest" person? 

In a society like Japan where modesty is the best, Araki is as comfortable as a fish in water as an outlier, which not only shows that he understands the rules of the game in Japanese society, but also shows that Japanese society actually needs such an "alternative" to embellish it.