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Daido Moriyama


The first major Latin American retrospective of one of the greatest living Japanese photographers. Daido Moriyama (1938) began his career in post-war Japan and became a pop icon and the most influential photographer in his country. The exhibition will feature over 200 works and a hundred publications.

In cooperation with Daido Moriyama Photo Foundation.

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Vienna, 2025

Vienna, Austria
Foto Arsenal

Lausanne, 2024-2025

Lausanne, Switzerland
September 6, 2024 to January 12, 2025
Photo Elysée

Helsinki, 2024

Helsinki, Finland
March 7 to June 2, 2024
The Finnish Museum of Photography

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London, 2023-2024

London, England
October 6, 2023 to February 11, 2024
For more about the exhibition, visit The Photographer’s Gallery website

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Berlin, 2023

Berlin, Germany
May 13 to September 6, 2023
For more about the exhibition, visit the C|O Berlin website

Thyago Nogueira
Sophia Greiff
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São Paulo, 2022

São Paulo, Brazil
April 9 to August 14, 2022
For more about the exhibition, visit the IMS website, in Portuguese


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Exhibition catalogue

Daido Moriyama: a retrospective

Over 256 pages, the book offers images and texts by Daido Moriyama, researchers Yuri Mitsuda, Toda Masako, Masashi Kohara and catalog organizer Thyago Nogueira. It also includes an extensive chronology of the photographer’s career, written by Yutaka Kambayashi, Satoshi Machiguchi, and Kazuya Kimura, and full reproduction of important features and books by the artist.

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About the photographer

Daido Moriyama was born in Ikeda, Osaka, in 1938. He moved to Tokyo in 1961 where he worked as a freelance photographer for various Japanese magazines such as Asahi CameraCamera Mainichi, and later Shashin Jidai. Moriyama joined the influential magazine Provoke in 1969. In subsequent decades, he went on to publish over 100 books, including the widely acclaimed A Hunter (1972), the experimental Farewell Photography (1972), the reflective Light and Shadow (1982), as well as monographs dedicated to unique places such as Shinjuku (2002) and Hokkaido (2008). He achieved international acclaim with his retrospective Stray Dog at SFMoMA in 1999. In addition, he has received various awards, including the Hasselblad Award (2018).