Throughout his career, British photographer Michael Kenna (born in Lancashire in 1953), has traveled the world looking for emblematic natural and urban landscapes. These well known spaces are a playing field for the photographer who experiments with the power of black and white, minimal compositions, and the enigmatic characteristic of long term exposure times used at dawn or dusk. The 36 silver prints presented at the M97 Gallery are no exception.
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