A Look at the Other Side of the World in 'Tokyo Landscape'

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jul 29, 2009 • References: antoniosaba &
The world is showing small signs of togetherness among many issues that we’re currently encountering (war, economy, pollution, etc.). It is photography collections like Antonio Saba’s ‘Tokyo Landscape’ that bring us a little closer as a global community.

These photos are from an exhibition and a coffee table book that includes 12 small novels written by Gianluca Floris. We don’t usually get to see other places around the world from the ground level. Saba’s photos give us what the news tends to miss, and that is real life and real people.

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