‘The Salaryman Project’ by Bruno Quinquet explores images of masculinity and normality in the world of Tokyo office workers. At the same time, it is an observation of the sense of the season in the Japanese capital. By obscuring the faces, the photographer tries to adapt in a creative way to the increasing constraints of portraits rights on candid street photography. As a result, mystery and poetry seem to blossom around the supposedly boring corporate world. To reference office work and the sense of the season, the series is published as a weekly business schedule in several formats.
All images © Bruno Quinquet