Back from Tokyo where he has been spending time as an artist in residence, Gianluca Gamberini gives us a very personal vision of the city and its vernacular architecture. He catches the paradoxes, the abrupt passages from high density to semi-rurality. And behind the apparent chaos generated by the permanent compromise between the desire for tradition and the acceptance of modernity, he finds a delicate impassibility, a minute yet sufficient distance between each thing. Xavier Gonzales
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