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Exploring the process of George Nakashima Woodworker

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New York's 1950 Gallery showcases rare photos and a posthumous collaboration between George and his daughter Mira.
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  The exhibit includes the Shoki Collection (back left), the ASA-NO-HA Lamp (back wall), and an array of Nakashima originals.
    The exhibit includes the Shoki Collection (back left), the ASA-NO-HA Lamp (back wall), and an array of Nakashima originals.
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  Mira Nakashima crafted the rare Shoki collection from her father’s sketches from the 1940s.
    Mira Nakashima crafted the rare Shoki collection from her father’s sketches from the 1940s.
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  These intricately patterned lamps were created to illuminate Nakashima's work at a show overseas. Some of these reside in the Rockefeller’s mansion.
    These intricately patterned lamps were created to illuminate Nakashima's work at a show overseas. Some of these reside in the Rockefeller’s mansion.
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  More than 70 years of furniture making by two generations of Nakashima’s gets the spotlight at the gallery show.
    More than 70 years of furniture making by two generations of Nakashima’s gets the spotlight at the gallery show.

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