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Drawing on the documentary tradition, in combination with contemporary concerns of participation and egalitarianism, Vox Populi, Tokyo continues this ever-expanding mappo mundi. Vox Populi, Tokyo is published to coincide with an exhibition in Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany.
Following Vox Populi, Norway and Vox Populi, Sydney this is the third in the series of Vox Populi publications, each one presenting us with a social portrait of a people taken from images selected from personal and private family photo albums, with an essay by Chris Keulemans.