Laurence Miller Gallery presents Toshio Shibata: Water Colors, an exhibition of 22 photographs by this landscape photographer, all celebrating the interplay of water and light. Taken between 2005 and 2014, using a large format camera, these images further Shibata's career-long meditation on the intersection of man and nature. Long exposures transform water cascading down spillways into silk. Short exposures capture the rippling effect of wind skimming across a reservoir.
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