How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)
How I Met Jiro (signed)

How I Met Jiro (signed)

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  • the(M) éditions / IBASHO 2023
  • Hardback, 1st edition
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The final chapter of the French artist Chloé Jafé’s trilogy is an ode to the fallen Osaka. In this city, the third largest in the country, Jafé has travelled extensively in the district of Nishinari, a district erased from tourist guides that attracts a population mainly made up of men, mostly over 760 years old. There she met and photographed homeless people, transvestites, retirees from criminality and those rejected by capitalism who preferred to hide there rather than face the shame of being fired.

Through this work, Jafé tells their stories and tries to modestly rehabilitate an unknown and troubled part of Japan.

Signed copy.