Artist Talk by Yojiro Imasaka: Making Art during the Covid-19 Lockdown

July 17, 2020 
(This online remot talk was recorded —please click "VIDEO"on the right
Join us for our Artist Talk on July 17 2PM by Yojiro Imasaka via ZOOM. Imasaka will walk through the exhibit and share his thoughts on art making during these uncertain and challenging times. Please register for further information and instructions.
Yojiro IMASAKA captures highly-detailed images of a universal landscape on a large format negative. In the darkroom, he performs delicate toning and other alterations that create a distinctive custom hue. Originally from Hiroshima, Japan, he lives and works in New York City. His work is in the permanent collection of Minneapolis Institute of Art, Carnegie Museum of Art, San Jose Museum of Art and Mead Art Museum, all in USA. In addition to his solo exhibitions at our gallery, Imasaka's work has been featured in art fairs such as Paris Photo (Paris), Zonamaco (Mexico City), UNSEEN (Amsterdam), and PGH Photo Fair (Pittsburgh).