Katsutoshi Yuasa has traveled the world capturing images of urban beauty and pastoral peace with the aid of a simple point-and-shoot camera. He is not, however, a photographer.
An evolution of woodblock printing techniques practiced in Japan for a millennium, Yuasa’s elevated printmaking methods imbue his pieces with a bewitching quality one may mistake for tricks of digital photography.
Through September 23 at the Frederick Harris Gallery, lose yourself, if only for a moment, in the beguiling textures of Yuasa’s modern woodblock prints.
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