What a surprise to see a self-described “classical” gallery open its doors to conceptual Japanese photography. This vast space, usually reserved for immaculate large-format prints of wild countrysides, presents a selection of Japanese photographers in their forties. In this group, supposedly representing the cream of contemporary Eastern photography, we notice a perfectionism, a penchant for refined detail.
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