The current show at Tokyo’s Hillside Forum features works by print artist Noriko Yanagisawa.

Active as a copperplate print artist since the late 1960s, Yanagisawa studied print-making and worked in New York during the ’70s, and has exhibited in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

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