OSAMU KANEMURA (Japanese, b. 1964) supports his work in photography by delivering newspapers throughout Tokyo. While traveling his extensive route each day for the last three years, he made numerous black-and-white photographs of the crowded streets, the collage of old and new buildings and street signs, and the massive traffic in commercial goods. His dark, graphically dense, and tangled pictures capture the pace and material essence of a city that is more a product of unchecked growth than of design. Left: Untitled #13. 1995. Gelatin-silver print. 19 x 23". Lent by the artist and Yoshii Gallery, New York.