A Morning Light, Tokyo

Noritoshi Hirakawa’s photograph A Morning Light, Tokyo, depicts a naked woman on a bed looking at herself in a handheld mirror. The title of the work implies that it is morning, the composition of the image references Valazquez’s Venus At Her Mirror, 1647-1651, and following re-interpretations of the image like Helmut Newton’s Bergstroem vor Paris, 1976. Hirakawa: “(A Morning Light, Tokyo is about) a woman who just woke up after having a dream watching herself in a mirror.”

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A Morning Light, Tokyoby Noritoshi Hirakawa

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