Jacob Aue Sobol - I, Tokyo

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Jacob Aue Sobol - I, Tokyo

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Title: I, Tokyo

Photographer: Jacob Aue Sobol

Publisher: Dewi Lewis Publishing, Stockport

Year: 2008

Book format: HB, 320 x 225 mm, 112 pp, 73 tritone photos.

Text: Jacob Aue Sobol

Language: German

Notes: Winner of Leica European Publishers Award 2008. Signed by Jacob Aue Sobol.

About the book:

Tokyo, a faceless metropolis where anyone can easily feel lost. When Magnum photographer Jacob Aue Sobol (b. 1976, Denmark) arrived in Tokyo for the first time, he felt completely swallowed by this city. Emerging in the routine of Japanese people, in order to get to know the city better, Sobol would take the morning train, packed with clerks and school girls, who ignored his presence the whole journey. However, when Sobol discovered the secret of approaching the Japanese, his life in a chaotic metropolis changed immediately. He suddenly found himself in stranger’s houses, photographing people at their most intimate moments.

Tokyo is the city that the photographer found attractive and repulsive and this is exactly what he managed to transmit in his photographs. Therefore, the photobook ‘I, Tokyo’ became a raw and powerful representation of the Japanese capital and its citizens.

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