《薩摩切子》1973年 ©高知県,石元泰博フォトセンター ※被写体は尚古集成館所蔵 Satsuma Kiriko,  1973 ©Kochi Prefecture, IshimotoYasuhiro Photo Center *Satsuma Koriko item from the collection of Shoko Shuseikan Museum.
Chicago, Town, 1959-61
©Kochi Prefecture, Ishimoto Yasuhiro Photo Center

Transient, Fleeting: The World of Ishimoto Yasuhiro part 18

Japanese Festivals Once the Yosakoi Festival that annually adds some color to th

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Transient, Fleeting: The World of Ishimoto Yasuhiro part 17

Individual Realism “This is in front of Wako in Ginza. Just when I was about to

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Transient, Fleeting: The World of Ishimoto Yasuhiro part 16

Hinomaru Sceneries With European teams including that of host country Germany ad

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Transient, Fleeting: The World of Ishimoto Yasuhiro part 15

“The Course of Nature” and “Thorough Pursuit” After returning to Japan from his

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Transient, Fleeting: The World of Ishimoto Yasuhiro part 14

Color and Form Overlapping The multi-exposure work of Color and Form that this p

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Transient, Fleeting: The World of Ishimoto Yasuhiro part 13

The Eros of Abstinence The “Mandalas of the Two Worlds” is a set of two mandalas

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Transient, Fleeting: The World of Ishimoto Yasuhiro part 12

The Beautiful Simplicity of the Katsura Imperial Villa The stage this time is Ja

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Transient, Fleeting: The World of Ishimoto Yasuhiro part 11

The Final Years in Chicago “Half a year after returning to America, Shigeru (Ish

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The Houses of California, Greene & Greene, Ishimoto Yasuhiro Collection Exhibition

In 1974, Ishimoto Yasuhiro visited Pasadena, California, to take photographs of

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[Gallery] Shape

The Exhibition Related Special Lecture – “The Spell of Japan in California: Greene & Greene Architecture and the Photography of Ishimoto Yasuhiro” by Edward “Ted” Bosley

The Exhibition Related Special Lecture The Spell of Japan in California: Greene

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Transient, Fleeting: The World of Ishimoto Yasuhiro part 10

Chicago Snow Designs In the proliferating Japanese cities where architecture hap

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