Yojiro Imasaka at Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery

Jonathan Goodman, Tussle Magazine, September 10, 2020

“Correspondence,” the show of photographs by Hiroshima-born, New York-based photographer Yojiro Imasaka, is the result of the covid virus quarantine. Isolated by the citywide shutdown, Imasaka went back to images shot during his trip last year to Japan, developing more than fifty gelatin silver prints by himself. The pictures concern a mountain forest in the north of Japan; colored mostly blue and green, they were taken from above the woods they depict, looking down at the dense layering of trees (strangely, the photos also remind one of close-ups of viruses!).

 

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