July 31-Aug. 19
When asked about the works in his current show, photographer Jun Imajo said: “The cityscape was so colorful, it looked like an illustration create with color pencils.”
These photographs, which look a little like pastel drawings, were taken during a trip Imajo took to Portugal. They feature snapshots of architecture and beaches in bleached out colors, the deliberate overexposure adding a nostalgic tone to images that sometimes resembles old movies or Polaroids.
Imajo has a background in the magazine editorial and advertorial world and has been acclaimed for capturing the ethereality of his subjects in a way that goes beyond the ordinary photograph.
Gallery Speak For; 2F Speak For, 28-2 Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. Daikanyama Stn. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Free admission. Closed Thu. 03-5459-6385; www.galleryspeakfor.com
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