Here’s another incredible book by Magnum photographer Gueorgui Pinkhassov.

It’s about Tokyo, but what we experience flipping trough the pages, is that with a book of only couple dozen images, he’s able to create a story about the fallacy of our senses and the visual prejudices that most of the time  are the mental paths we use to create an image of the world.

His chromatic combination of shapes and human figures show Japan like a dreamy place where reality is just   one of the many possibilities of this world.

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