Tori, meaning bird in Japanese, is Masao Yamamoto’s sixth exhibition at Yancey Richardson Gallery and reflects the artist’s lifelong obsession with birds. The show includes both hand printed photographs, spanning Yamamoto’s career, as well as new additions of traditional hanging scrolls.
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