in camera presents, in partnership with Howard Greenberg Gallery, a set of photographs of Yumiko and Kenro Izu.
In about fifteen platinum-palladium prints, Yumiko and Kenro Izu, both born in Osaka (Japan), translate the impermanence of the world into a disturbing face-to-face of flowers, nudes, fruits and birds’ nests.
Even though they live together in Rhinebeck, in upstate New York, Yumiko and Kenro Izu have their homeland, Japan, in mind. This memory is present in their work, of exacting precision, as if they wanted to usefully share the ultimate secrets of a world which they know the impermanence. Hence their attachment to these still lives to which they give life by photography, flowers, fruits, birds’ nest and skulls of animals observed closely, almost under a microscope.
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