Daidō Moriyama (b. 1931) is considered a master of street photography. The photographic artist's work explores visual culture and the Westernization of Japanese society. He has offered a conceptual exploration of the media that is less familiar to audiences outside of Japan.
Based on original research in his archive and rarely seen publications, this comprehensive retrospective offers a new perspective on Daidō Moriyama's prolific career, ranging from his early editorial work of the 1960s to his ongoing Record magazine series.
In cooperation with Instituto Moreira Salles
C/O Berlin, the barrier-free designed exhibition house for photography and visual media is certified by the nationwide uniform label "Travel for All".