This latest publication by French photographer Maki includes images taken between 2001 and 2015 during many visits to Japan. The high-contrast black-and-white photos, from streetsnaps to portraits, landscapes and the occasional erotic image, paint a manifold picture of Makis extensive experience of Japan while avoiding the common mistake of needless orientalism.
Says Russet Lederman in her essay A Journey to Japan Somewhere: Maki approaches photography as a series of open-ended encounters experienced from both inside and outside Japanese culture. (…) “Japan Somewhere” travels both figuratively and literally into Japans back alleys.
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