When: 29/11/14 - 07/12/14: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Where: Atsukobarouh, Shoto 1-29-1
The Tokyo-based photographer has been documenting daily life and culture in his host country since 2007, with his organization Bureau D’Etudes Japonaises. The website has grown into a set of archives covering urbanism, sociology and botany, amongst other subjects. In simpler terms, the Bureau studies Tokyo through photography—and their latest venture is the Salaryman Project.
Salaryman Project 2015 will showcase captivating images of these noble figures going through the daily grind, complete with the crowded commute, expeditious lunch breaks and isolation. Yet, it will also show surprising images with the workers out of context, which brings a playful note to that otherwise run-of-the-mill routine typically associated with salarymen.
You can see prints, installation work, and pick up a business schedule at this newly opened art space that doubles as a bar—the admission fee includes one drink.
Salaryman Project 2015
How much: ¥500
More information: http://l-amusee.com/atsukobarouh/schedule/2014/1129.php