Onishi Gallery is pleased to host, ‘Faces of the Moon: Koshu Endo’, an exhibition that showcases the always existing, always changing phases of our amazing moon by Japanese photographer Koshu Endo. Endo was inspired to make the moon his subject matter due to the way this seemingly simple object presents itself in so many varied forms, day to day. Time, seasons, weather, the endeavors of man – all are represented in the way we view the moon and how it presents itself to us. With this exhibition, he has brought a collection of imagery exclusively focusing on the moon as it waxes and wanes and illuminates the evening sky and it’s surroundings.
Sept 11th - 22nd
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521 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001
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