A box, about the size of a cabinet card, labelled “Theater of Love”. Opening it, there were about 150 photographic prints inside. They must have been taken around ʼ65. Back then, I was clicking away on an Olympus Pen F, experimenting with thermal development, fooling around with printing and film developing techniques. The photos capture me, and the women and the life and the places of that era. Seems like I already called them “Theater of Love” in those days. But either way ̶ good stuff. Good photos. You canʼt get this with digital.”
(Nobuyoshi Araki, December 2010, from the Taka Ishii Gallery press release)
The series “Theater of Love” consists of around 100 photographs taken around the year 1965, when Araki was working at advertising giant Dentsu. The photos were first shown at an exhibition at Taka Ishii Gallery in February 2011. For the opening of CASE TOKYO, Case is proud to announce an exhibition featuring each of Nobuyoshi Arakiʼs original “Theater of Love” prints, and the…
Oz Zingaro has released the new Takashi Murakami merchandise on June 7th.
This time, Kaikai, Kiki, Panda, and DOB, the 4 adorable characters are turned into backpacks and available for purchase.
In addition, we’ve brought 2 gigantic Kaikai and Kiki figures into the store to welcome your visit.