Birds are a recurrent theme in Japanese Masao Yamamoto’s oeuvre. In this exhibition, he pictures them as peaceful and majestic, while simultaneously celebrating their strength and dynamics. The sometimes almost human-like portraits are the result of patient observations by Yamamoto on one of his numerous hikes through nature. Influenced by the principles of Zen Buddhism and Shintoism, the original religion...
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