I first met Takeshi Shikama four years ago in Arles, at the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographique, where I was reviewing portfolios of aspiring (and confirmed) photographers. Most participants bring a bound book, or portfolio of loose prints (mostly ink jet) behind reflective plastic. Sometimes you see gelatin silver prints. Sometimes computers screen presentations.
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