From the frozen waterfalls of Yukawa Valley or the stone gardens of Kyoto, in Japan, to Lake Como in Italy, Takeshi Shikama captures the contemplative moment in the artistic tradition of his country. With his new series Garden of Memory: Seeds, composed of new platinum/palladium prints created between 2014 and 2017, the Japanese artist pursues his visual inventory of the...
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