If aliens were to arrive in Tokyo wanting to document its inhabitants, they might end up taking photos like those now on show at The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan.
Front view. Side view. Neutral lighting. High resolution to catch all the details in the subjects’ faces. Of course, whether or not the aliens would focus solely on English teachers is another question. But Gary McLeod, the 30-year-old British artist behind the FCCJ exhibits, had his reasons.