Art #Toshio Saeki: master of Japanese erotica

“If the reality hidden in my soul—even if it is only the smallest fragment of it—is able to evoke something in the viewer, then my intention has been achieved.”

In the 1970s, with unbridled explorations of violence, death, and sex in his works, Saeki captured the post-war spirit of cultural rebellion and social reinvention.

>Artist: Toshio Saeki<
More about Toshio Saeki<
>BrainSpark: The Pillow Book By Sei Shōnagon<
>Music: Sakura (cherry blossom) played on a 25 string Koto<

© Rod McRiven 2017

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