Daido Moriyama

Tokyo: the city that came out of the shadows | Art and design | The Guardian

One of Daido Moriyama’s best-known images is of a stray dog he encountered on a street in Aomori in northern Japan. Taken in 1971, it has become a metaphor for his way of working, symbolising his relentless wanderings though the streets of Tokyo in search of the essence of the city – an essence that for him often lies in the overlooked and the everyday, the makeshift and the mundane.

Source: Tokyo: the city that came out of the shadows | Art and design | The Guardian
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Daido Moriyama - Printing Show

I’ve been thinking about photocopies, so naturally Daido Moriyama’s Printing Show came to mind - I was lucky enough to attend in 2012.




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