Following the success of its Paris exhibition, the Galerie Pièce Unique will present at Paris Photo Los Angeles the Hiroyuki Masuyama solo show, Cava de’ Tirreni. Masuyama has long maintained a strong connection to nature and its changes over time. Now he has found this movement in the dimension of travel, a mainstay of all his projects. At the end of the 1990s, Masuyama created a superimposed montage of the parks of Düsseldord, where he lived, made with a panoramic camera, which he used to take a photo per day with a single difference in degree.
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