Yasuhiro Ishimoto, who died earlier this year, was a photographer who loved lines and curves. The Parker Stephenson Gallery is paying tribute to Ishimoto with an exhibition of his work. The fifteen reproductions on display are images that the photographer would send as a gift every year to a friend in New York.
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