愛しの沖縄 | ITOSHI NO OKINAWA | OKINAWA MON AMOUR by Chloé Jafé
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. In Okinawa, which was destroy during WWII, the clocks seem to have stopped. Chloé Jafé takes her side by revealing the stigmata of a past which still bound the facades and faces, but also the dark corners of an island where corsairs in distress and good-time ladies continue to accost.
She puts them into the light by revealing a marginality in all its tenderness and distress.