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Overtime: May 6 – May 12

More stories from the week ended May 12: The provocative photography of Nobuyoshi Araki currently on display in London. RIP: Taylor Mead, who died of a stroke in Denver at the age of 88. Carolina Miranda writes about the fallout from a possible cancellation of MOCA’s architecture show. FEMA denies university‚Äôs final attempt to obtain funding to aid in replacement of flood-damaged building. 9/11 museum at Ground Zero will charge for admission ($20-25), angering family members of victims. Zao Wou-ki’s third wife and son fighting […]
Liz Goldwyn and Marisa Tomei

Openings: Nobuyoshi Araki – “Araki: A Perspective” @ Prism

West Hollywood’s fledgling, ambitious, and architecturally magnificent Prism gallery opened its second exhibition this past weekend. Delivering on their promise to show internationally recognized artists, Prism hosted the controversial and legendary Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki, with a selection of about 70 of his works. The Tokyo-based artist is one of Japan’s most accomplished, notable, and respected photographers. His photos explore topics including love and sex and features his wife, Yoko, in much of his work. More after the jump…