Takeshi Shikama’s work is the result of a journey. From long walks in remote Japanese or American woodlands to urban forests such as New York or Paris, Takeshi Shikama trained his lens to capture fleeting moments of living things: plants and flowers about to wither, flowing streams or shadows cast by trees. His series titled Timeless and currently on view...
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