Trilogy by Chloé Jafé
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Inducted by a Boss, she was able to approach these padlocked clans, their official rituals and gatherings, the taboo and tattooed stories that their kimonos camouflage,
and through them, their wives, daughters and mistresses.
In this photographic and sentimental wandering, the second chapter of her trilogy, the photographer paints a portrait of this island, isolated from the rest of Japan, with great accuracy.
The final chapter in her trilogy is an ode to the fallen of Osaka. In this city, the third largest in the country, Chloé Jafé has traveled extensively in the district of Nishinari, a district erased from tourist guides that drains a population mainly made up of men, mostly over 60 years old. There she met and photographed homeless people, transvestites, retirees from banditry and those released from capitalism who preferred to hide there rather than face the shame of being fired.