Another Kind of Life: Photography on the MarginsBARBICAN GALLERY, LONDON January 16, 2018
Touching on themes of gender and sexuality, drugs and addiction, youth culture and minorities of all kinds, the show features the work of 20 photographers from the 1950’s to the present day,
including work by Daido Moriyama.
Contemporary Japanese Photography SeminarDAIWA Anglo-Japanese Foundation May 3, 2016
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation is delighted to announce this event in association with Photo London. Simon Baker, Curator, International Art (Photography), Tate, and Michael Hoppen, Owner and Founder of Michael Hoppen Gallery, will discuss the photographic creativity and innovation emerging from contemporary Japanese photo artists.
Daido MoriyamaExhibition at Fondation Cartier, Paris January 26, 2016
Twelve years after his first exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in 2003, the eminent Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama will return to the foundation for a new exhibition that focuses on his recent work. Featuring a large selection of color photographs.
February 6th - June 5th, 2016
Daido Moriyama, Rockstar hotelA new hotel in Japan features solely Moriyama's photography on its walls January 12, 2016
A new photography themed hotel has just opened in Japan featuring the work of Japanese legendary photography, Daido Moriyama. From the hotel reception to the bedrooms and the 'party room', you'll find Daido Moriyama's work takes center stage.
Japanese Photography: The Birth of a MarketMichael Hoppen talks to Blouin Art Info December 16, 2015
Western collectors’ newfound curiosity about the Provoke artists follows a concerted campaign by a handful of players that demonstrates both how changing tastes alter markets, and how markets can change tastes.
[article written by Noelle Bodick]
DAIDO MORIYAMAAipad 2015 - Special Feature April 14, 2015Daido Moriyama (b. 1938) is one of Japan's leading figures in photography. Witness to the spectacular changes that transformed post WWII Japan, his black and white photographs express a fascination with the cultural contradictions of age-old traditions that persist within modern society. Providing a harsh, crude vision of city life and the chaos of everyday existence, strange worlds and unusual characters, his work occupies a unique space between the objective and the subjective, the illusory and the real.Moriyama moved to Tokyo in 1961 where he assisted photographer Eikoh Hosoe for three years and became familiar with the trenchant social critiques produced by photographer Shomei Tomatsu. He also drew inspiration from William Klein's confrontational photographs of New York, Andy Warhol's silkscreened multiples of newspaper images, and the writings of Jack Kerouac.Moriyama's work has been collected by numerous prominent public and private collections, recent major solo and two-person shows have been held at SFMOMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Photography in Tokyo and the Tate Modern in London.
16 - 18 April, New York.