The French photographer Chloé Jafé is a veritable powerhouse. Not only is she a brilliant artist, she’s a gutsy and savvy person, too. Upon discovering her work about four years ago during the Paris Photo fair, I was astonished to learn that they were taken by a French female photographer, and not by a Japanese disciple of Araki. In order to find out why Jafé decided to live and photograph in Japan, how she managed to achieve her goal and establish a close rapport with her subject matter, and what her latest work focuses on, I connected with her a...
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