Facing the Fondation Yves Saint-Laurent, Rue Léonce Raynaud in Paris, on April 9th. Two openings, two styles.Linking them, a red line taped on the street. Number 4 in the street, the sublime subtlety of platinum prints emphasizes Takeshi Shikama's visions. Shikama came from Japan with his exquisite wife Yukiko. Among the many people who came, Quynh Diem (director of the gallery Da-End) and the photographer Satoshi Saïkusa.
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