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Yamamoto Masao  - works/kawa-flow L'occhio non vede cose ma figure di cose che significano altre cose. Italo Calvino

Yamamoto Masao - works/kawa-flow L'occhio non vede cose ma figure di cose che significano altre cose. Italo Calvino

The sun had gone and there is no moon. All that is left is a sky black as night.

The sun had gone and there is no moon. All that is left is a sky black as night.

Masao Yamamoto, Japan (b.1957)_ In his delicate black-and-white photographs, Masao Yamamoto tries to capture the harmonious details of life that most of us miss. He gained initial renown for his multi-part installations consisting of tea-stained, torn, and creased prints that, through their evocation of antiquity, encourage reflection on memory and the passage of time.

Masao Yamamoto, Japan (b.1957)_ In his delicate black-and-white photographs, Masao Yamamoto tries to capture the harmonious details of life that most of us miss. He gained initial renown for his multi-part installations consisting of tea-stained, torn, and creased prints that, through their evocation of antiquity, encourage reflection on memory and the passage of time.

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