Kimiko Yoshida’s Photography Defies Convention
March 27, 2017 | Photography, Women Artists, Cherry Blossom
The title of this hauntingly beautiful self-portrait by Paris-based Japanese artist Kimiko Yoshida appropriately comes from the word for cherry blossoms.
This image is part of an extraordinary series, “Painting, Self-portrait’ that dissects the multiple meanings of nomadic culture and female identity.
Check out Yoshida’s other amazing photographs on her wonderfully surreal official site at kimiko.fr.
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