By Matthias Harder, Erik Kessels, Daido Moriyama
Daido Moriyama (born 1938) first attracted overseas consciousness within the Nineteen Seventies, along with his gritty, black-and-white images of Shinjuku, a bustling sector of Tokyo. released for a spring 2012 exhibition at Galerie Alex Daniels-Reflex, Amsterdam, and with greater than 230 large-scale photos, Journey for Something deals an exhilarating evaluate of Moriyama's new paintings, in addition to his vintage pictures and a few never-before-seen photos which have been conscientiously chosen by means of the artist for this quantity. lots of Moriyama's photos are shot with a gentle, handheld digicam, now and then via a window or from around the road, usually as though he have been a vacationer himself. Comprising a large collection of playful and nearly surrealist pictures reproduced in huge layout, Journey for Something follows Moriyama from Tokyo to Osaka, from shimmering rows of nightclubs to sneakers dangling from a cellphone twine and a guy operating bare during the streets.
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