Bureau d'Etudes Japonaises just published Bruno Quinquet's "Salaryman Project business schedule 2013". In the shape a a 2013 professional agenda, the "Salaryman Project" is a parallel observation of the cycle of seasons and of masculine identity in Tokyo's corporate world. By concealing the faces, the photographer tries to adapt in a creative way to the increasing constraints of portraits rights in candid street photography. As a result, mystery and poetry seem to blossom around the supposedly boring business scene.
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