Today is the last chance to catch an excellent show at Vanderbilt’s Space 204. MAMONO GRAFI GA, a solo exhibit by printmaker Koichi Yamamoto closes this afternoon. Billed as a “Large Monotype Show,” the key word here is “large.” Yamamoto’s works are often 4 to 6 feet long. Organized by striking diagonal lines or bold jetties of flora, these meticulously detailed prints are a feast for the eyes. Yamamoto speaks four languages and was educated in Japan, Europe and North America: There is a true international quality to his work, and Japanese and Danish influences feature prominently throughout. Claiming the surface of his prints only “records” the most recent activity, his images explore layering and spatial depth. He thus invites his audience to consider “what lies beneath” the surface of history and memory.