For the European Month of Photography in Paris, the Galerie Catherine et André Hug is presenting Odyssey by Miki Nitadori. By superimposing family photographs on printed fabrics, the artist has produced a beautiful, graphic work resurrecting the history of Japanese immigrants in Hawaii, where she spent her childhood.
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