The Japanese photographer Jun SATO is the typical creator of one of the most elaborate forms of art photography. His creations lead to the realisation of both ethereal and intricate works whose author masters, for each of them, the result from the origin of his approach from the smallest detail to the materialisation of the work. Jun SATO was born at the end of the war in Tokyo, where he studied psychology at the university. He worked for Sony before coming in France to study cinematography and visual anthropology at the University of Paris. He obtained his doctorate in cinematography...
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