The war damage in Japan put in peril the parent rootstock of the U.S. trees along the Arakawa River near Tokyo.
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Each spring Robert goes in silence to stand beneath the thicket of pink. And we call to hear how the tree has burst again in its fullness. We close our eyes as he tells us the story we want to hear, and we feel possible all over.
Conceptual artist Cherry Tree has a scent of mystery about her. And the smell of urine. Her urine. And it's intentional.
For the last five years, T...
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