Daido Moriyama in Color

Daido Moriyama in Color : Now, and Never Again

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The most recent projects by Daido Moriyama, one of the leading figures in contemporary Japanese photography along with Nobuyoshi Araki, Yasumasa Morimura, and Shomei Tomatsu. Considered one of the great masters of contemporary Japanese photography, Daido Moriyama is always on the road, a lone traveler whose black-and-white images recount visions and worlds hidden just beneath the surface of reality. This book contains 250 photographs taken over the last five years. A constant flow of images that is often frenetic or suddenly suspended, following the rhythm of an unfettered, restless life spent traveling the roads of the world.show more

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  • Hardback | 484 pages
  • 210 x 312 x 38.1mm | 2,640g
  • Milan, Italy
  • English
  • Bilingual edition
  • Bilingual
  • 8857222268
  • 9788857222264
  • 546,905

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"Daido Moriyama's photography is made solely by instinct, raw need, decisions dictated by the gut, not the head. In his images there is no logic, there is no thought, only a need to satisfy. Looking at his pictures is like taking on the visual perception of a wild animal that roams around in a frenetic search for food." -DOMUS MAGAZINEshow more

About Filippo Maggia

Daido Moriyama (born 1938) is one of the most important living photographers and photo-book makers. Filippo Maggia is currently researcher in the Photography Department of the Royal College of Art. Since 2010, he has taught photographic documentation at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Catania (Sicily).show more

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