@ Pigeyre, Laurence



NIhonjin is a beautiful series of portraits, realised mainly in Tokyo and Kyoto, of the inhabitants in their daily life and activities, in the streets, in the shops, in the public transportations...

A rather classical photography, yet animated and full of colors, and that connects (more than it opposes) what is often represented - with a foreign and distant eye - as the two ends of the Japanese culture: tradition and modernity.

A book with a warm touch, well printed on a very nice paper.

80 pages - Softcover

Self-published, 2013

New - Mint condition


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