Hiroh Kikai is one of the major figure of contemporary Japanese photography. For more than 35 years, Hiroh Kikai walked the streets of the area of Asakusa in Tokyo in search of unique personalities, strange or atypical. Since the mid seventies he has collected series of portraits in black&white of passers by shot near the Sens?-ji Buddhist temple. His works are exhibited in France for the first time. « Asakusa Portraits (1973-2008) & India (1982-2008)
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