Hidden behind the anonymous stucco facade of a Regents Park Inner Circle villa, Akiko Takizawa's first solo show, held at the Daiwa Foundation in London, is anything but anonymous. In fact, Takizawa's images are highly personal compositions, emotionally charged yet containing within them a strange distance and a darkness, which may not be altogether surprising given that their main subject, and the inspiration for her work, is death.
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