With “Inside Japan”, Roberto Badin shatters preconceived ideas about Japanese cities: crowded subways, overpopulated intersections, saturated with multicolored neon lights. Roberto Badin invites you to discover the heart of a country contrasting tradition and modernity. A work of art of the utmost precision. A clear vision. The masterful framing and natural light are meticulous narrators. Despite the chaos of the metropolis, Roberto Badin captures ordinary life: a quiet daily routine, true, serene, intimate and silent. Lonely at times.
Roberto Badin was born in Rio de Janeiro (Brasil). A still life photographer, he collaborated with numerous international magazines and created prestigious luxury and fashion campaigns. He was also invited to participate in the “Lady Dior As Seen By” project which was held in many international capitals. In 2017, his work was exhibited at Selfridges in London.
“Inside Japan” is his first solo exhibition out of the eponymous book edited by Benjamin Blanck, independent publisher of art books and photographs.
Roberto Badin, Inside Japan
January 25th – March 3rd
Hôtel Jules & Jim
11, rue des Gravilliers