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Emi Anrakuji is a Japanese photographer obsessed with the human body in its most intimate form. 


It is the result, in part, of his long periods of hospitalization. After graduating from art school in Tokyo in the mid-1980s, Anrakuji suffered a brain tumor that prevented him from developing his creativity for more than a decade. While he was slowly recovering, he began to make drawings and  engravings  until he finally came to use photography as a fundamental element of expression.

Individual expositions

2017                  PHotoEspaña - "1800 Millimeters is the size of my bed"                     

          _cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_           _cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_  Blanca Sot Galleryor Art, Madrid, Spain.


collective exhibitions

2016                  Here and Now V - "Rebel and Reveal" - "O Map"

                         Madrid Spain, Blanca Sot Galleryor Art.



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