Miho Kajioka, a Japanese photographer who is exhibiting in Paris for the first time, at the Galerie VU’, directs her personal and intimist view towards the catastrophe her country lived through just 5 years ago. Images full of serenity, inhabited by the silence of motionless objects, images where the eye clings to minuscule shapes, drowned by oceans of space burnt...
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