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Fujinuma Noboru

What is beauty? How can a simple basket evoke such visual pleasure? Is it the intricacy and careful detail? Is the curve itself so archetypically graceful, sensuous, provocative? Why does the observation of the obvious craftsmanship feel so intimate? Fujinuma … Continue reading

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Discarded photos

On the door to my studio I have alternating displays of selections from my post card collection. Because Japan is  a soon to be tangible piece of our lives, I presently have some of my Japanese postcards on display. In … Continue reading

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