Japanese Gardens are the material things that form the subject matter of this exhibition. They are also supreme artistic achievements from a very great culture. The photographer who approaches them is faced with the very formidable task of trying to use one art form to do justice to another. If he is successful he must somehow convey the truth of the first medium in terms that are true to the second. This is the task that William Corey has so admirably undertaken in his monumental study of the gardens of Japan.