Daido Moriyama: A Retrospective
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Widely considered Japan’s most influential
and prolific photographer, Daido Moriyama has
been challenging conventions of the art form
for more than a half century. This exhaustive
and electrifying retrospective, published
in cooperation with the Daido Moriyama
Foundation and based on entirely new research,
looks at every stage of Moriyama’s extensive
career, including his extraordinary images
as well as his conceptual contributions to
One of a generation of postwar Japan’s groundbreaking artists, Moriyama has continually established his own visual grammar. This book features more than 250 chronologically arranged images that reveal his constantly evolving career: his early editorial work of the mid-1960s, focused on the American occupation and the experimental theater; his radical experimentation of late 1960s and the 1970s; the self-reflexive photos of the 1980s and 1990s; and his ongoing exploration of cities, among other relevant moments. It also includes more than 400 spreads from Moriyama’s rarely seen publications, mapping the sources of his visual production. Rounding out the volume are texts by the editor and leading Japanese scholars, a personal essay by the artist, and a full chronology of his life and work. Accompanying a major exhibition on Moriyama’s output this impressive volume reframes Moriyama’s legacy, and is certain to become the definitive publication on his work.
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THYAGO NOGUEIRA is the head of the Contemporary Photography Department at Instituto Moreira Salles, Brazil, and editor of ZUM photography magazine. He has curated numerous exhibitions, including "Claudia Andujar: The Yanomami Struggle" and "William Eggleston: The American Color"; served as guest editor for an Aperture magazine issue dedicated to São Paulo photography; and chaired the 2020 Hasselblad Award