Takeshi Shikama found his way as a photographer by getting lost in the forest over 11 years ago. He had wandered off a mountain path, drawn into the darkness of the trees. He returned the next day to photograph these trees and has continued photographing forests throughout the world since. Photo Vivienne presents a selection of over thirty platinum/palladium prints, handmade by the artist on traditional Japanese gampi paper.
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