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DAIDO MORIYAMA

 


Born in 1938 in Ikeda-Shi, Osaka, Japan. Lives and works in Tokyo, Japan.


 

SOLO SHOWS

 

  • 2016

Daido Tokyo, Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris, France


  • 2010

Daido Moriyama Luhring Augustine.
Hokkaido Vol.2 Higashikawa Bunka Gallery, Hokkaido, Japan.
Nagisa Bld Gallery, Tokyo.
Northern Six, OsakA.
Record No15 NewYork artdish, Tokyo.


  • 2009

Ginza/Digital, Ring Cube, Tokyo.
Light&Shadow, Bld Gallery, Tokyo
Hokkaido, Miyanomori Art Museum Sapporo, Yubari Art Museum, Arte Piazza Bibai, Parco Sapporo.
Around Magazine Work 1965-1974, NADiff a/p/a/r/t/,Tokyo.

 

  • 2008

Far from home, (Alberto García-Alix/Daido Moriyama), galerie kamel mennour, Paris.
bye-bye polaroid, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.
Hokkaido, Rat Hole Gallery, Tokyo.
S', Ring Cube, Tokyo.


  • 2007

Daido Moriyama, Retropectiva desde 1965, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemoirabeim Sevukkam, Spain.
Kyoku/Erotica, Epson imaging gallery epSITE, Tokyo.
Hawaii, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.
Chaos – Daido Moriyama Collection, Shimane Art Museum.
Daido Moriyama, Retropectiva desde 1965, Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur, Cologne, Germany.
Kyoku / Erotica, Galerie Priska Pasquer, Cologne, Germany.
Vintage photographs from the 1960’s and 70’s, Galleri Riis, Oslo, Norway.
Record and Memory, Artium, Fukuoka Group Exhibition.
Daido Moriyama Retropectiva desde 1965, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemoirabeim Sevukkam Spain.
Kyoku/Erotic, Epson imaging gallery epSITE, Tokyo.
Hawaii, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.
Chaos – Daido Moriyama Collection, Shimane Art Museum.
Daido Moriyama, Retropectiva desde 1965, Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur, Cologne, Germany.
Kyoku / Erotica, Galerie Priska Pasquer, Cologne, Germany.
Vintage photographs from the 1960’s and 70’s, Galleri Riis, Oslo, Norway.
Record and Memory, Artium, Fukuoka.

 

  • 2006

Daido Emotion: Daido Moriyama Collection Shimane Art Museum, Shimane.
Buenos Aires Miyazaki Prefectural Art Museum, Miyazaki.
25:00 Shinjuku, 1973, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.
It, Rat Hole Gallery, Tokyo.


  • 2005

Vintage and Modern Prints Galerie Bob van Oursow, Switzerland.
Daido Moriyama; Buenos Aires Kyoto University of Art and Design.
Buenos Aires Epson imaging gallery epSITE, Tokyo.
Buenos Aires Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.
Takuno Place M, Tokyo.
Daido Moriyama: Tokyo Reflex Gallery, Amsterdam.

 

  • 2004

Transit FIFTY ONE fine art photography, Antwerpen.
Daido Moriyama Hysteric (poster of photogrpaphs/ digital prints) Hysteric Glomour, Tokyo.
Daido Moriyama Maruzen Gallery, Tokyo.
Daido Moriyama Galerie Priska Pasquer, Cologne.
Daido Moriyama galerie kamel mennour, Paris.

 

  • 2003

Hunter of Light? Daido Moriyama 1965-2003 (retrospective exhibition).
Shimane Art Museum, Shimane; Kushiro Art Museum, Hokkaido; Kawasaki City.
Museum, Kanagawa.
Daido Moriyama in Polaroid: Ambivalence il tempo, Tokyo.
Daido Moriyama Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris.
Cop-llage Nadiff gallery, Tokyo.


  • 2002

Shinjuku Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.
Platform, Light and Shadow Daiwa Radiator Factory, Hiroshima.
‘71-NY Roth Horwitz, New York.
Daido Moriyama: Shinjuku? Platform, Light and Shadow? the Museum of
Contemporary Art, Nagoya, Aichi.
Inside The White Cube: Antipodes White Cube, London.

 

  • 2000

Passage Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.

 

  • 1999

PARIS (inkjet prints) EPSON Imaging Gallery epSITE, Tokyo.
Daido Moriyama: stray dog with Publication of the catalogue daido moriyama: stray dog, San Francisco Modern Museum.
Metropolitan Museum andJapan Society in New York.
Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland.
Fotomuseum Folkwang Essen, Essen.
Harvard University Art Museums,
Massachusets; Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego.
Rafflesia (silk screen works) , Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.
Tohno Story Taka Ishii Gallery, Los Angeles.
Tokyo Colors The Deep Gallery, Paris.

 

  • 1998

Osaka Taka Ishii Gallery, Los Angeles
Daido Moriyama: Fragments Parco Gallery, Tokyo; Parco Gallery, Nagoya.
On the Road Mole Gallery, Tokyo.

 

  • 1997

Daido Moriyama galerie agathe gaillard, Paris.
OSAKA Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.
Polaroid Polaroid, Polaroid Gallery, Tokyo.

 

  • 1996

COLOR, 1970-1990 Picture Photo Space, Osaka.
COLOR, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.
Daido hysteric, Ruth Silverman Gallery, San Francisco.
Paris, il tempo gallery, Tokyo.


  • 1995

Peeping Out, Place M, Tokyo.
Imitation, Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.

 

  • 1994

Daido Moriyama: The works from the latest Book On Sunday’s, Tokyo.

 

  • 1993

Daido Moriyama: Works through the 1970s il Tempo Gallery, Tokyo Daido.
Moriyama: A Photo Installation On Sunday’s, Tokyo Daido Moriyama.
Photographs Laurence Miller Gallery, New York.

 

  • 1990

Daido Moriyama Photo Exhibition Zeit-foto Salon, Tokyo.
Landscape - Thailand FOTO DAIDO, Tokyo.


  • 1989

Marrakech, Morocco FOTO DAIDO, Tokyo.
Paris FOTO DAIDO, Tokyo.

 

  • 1988

Daido Moriyama (vol.6) room 801, Tokyo.
Daido Moriyama Gallery K, Fukushima.
Daido Moriyama FOTO DAIDO, Tokyo.

 

  • 1987

Five Solo exhibitions including Memories of an inlet,A Journey to Nakaji.
and Takuno, room 801, Tokyo.
Journey to Nakaji Chikurin Seija, Sapporo.
Freelance, Hokkaido.
Asahi shinbun Wakayama branch, Wakayama.
Kashiwazaki Energy Hall, Niigata.


  • 1982

Daido Moriyama: Calendar CAMP, Tokyo.
Light and Shadow: the last chapter Konishiroku Photo Gallery, Tokyo.

 

  • 1981

Light and Shadow Nagase Photo Salon, Tokyo.
Daido Moriyama Photo exhibition Zeit-Foto Salon, Tokyo.

 

  • 1980

Daido Moriyama Gallery Form, Graz.

 

  • 1978

the Tsugaru Strait CAMP, Tokyo Niigata-city CAMP, Tokyo.

 

  • 1977

Tokyo: Meshed World Ginza Nikon Salon, Tokyo.
Shinjuku Nikon Salon, Tokyo.
Osaka Nikon Salon, Osaka.

 

  • 1976

Goshogawara Ginza Nikon Salon, Tokyo.
Daido Moriyama photo exhibition Shadai Gallery, Tokyo.
Whistle if you need me CAMP, Tokyo.

 

  • 1975

Cherry blossoms (silk screen works) Matto Grosso gallery, Tokyo.
Hunter Nijuban Hall (cafe), Naha-shi, Okinawa.

 

  • 1974

Daido Moriyama Printing Show Shimizu Gallery, Tokyo.
Harley Davidson (silk screen works) Gallery Jun, Tokyo.
The Tales of Tohno Ginza Nikon Salon, Tokyo.

 

  • 1970

Scandal Plaza Dick, Tokyo.

 

 

EXPOSITIONS COLLECTIVES / GROUP SHOWS

 

  • 2008

A Quiet Gaze, Echoing Worlds#, Daido Moriyama and Migues Rio Branco, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.

 

  • 2007

Other Scenes, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles.


  • 2005

Moriyama/Shinjuku/Araki (two persons exhibition with Nobuyoshi Araki), Tokyo Operacity Gallery.
Guangzhou Photo Biennale Guangdong Museum of Art.
Chikaku: Space and Memory in Japan Kunsthaus Graz, Austria.
Museum of Contemporary Art Vigo, Spain.
Shuji Terayama and Daido Moriyama: Aa, Kōya Logos Gallery, Tokyo.

 

  • 2003

Japan: Contemporary Ceramics and Photography Hambourg.
Mask of Japan aura gallery, Shanghai.

 

  • 2002

M Exhibition Place M, Tokyo.
Photonesia (with the symposium titled the Memories and Creativity in Photography by Shomei Tomatsu,

Nobuyoshi Araki, Takuma Nakahira and Moriyama) Naha City Public Gallery, Okinawa.

 

  • 2001

M Exhibition Place M, Tokyo.
Open City: Street Photographs since 1950 Museum of Modern Art, Oxford.
The Lowry Salford Quays, UK.
Museo de Bellas Artes, Bilbao.
Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC.

 

  • 1996

Figure Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo.

 

  • 1995

Photo City Tokyo Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
The National Museum of Modern Art and Photography: 1953-1995 The National.
Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo Film Center, Tokyo.
25 photographers’ works in their 20’s Kiyosato Museum of Photographic.
Arts, Yamanashi.

 

  • 1994

Place M opening: Three -Persons Exhibition (with Masato Seto and Hiroyasu Nakai) Place M, Tokyo.

 

  • 1992

Japanese Pop Art in the 1960’s (two hundred monochrome prints from Japan: A Photo Theater

and other works from the late 1960s and 1970s are exhibited. Moriyama is as the only photographer

included in this exhibition). Fukui Fine Art Museum.
What photographers have been expressing 1960-1990 Konica Plaza, Tokyo.

 

  • 1991

14 Photographers in Japan Part II ? Contemporary Photography - Nihonbashi
Mitsukoshi, Tokyo.
Beyond Japan Barbican Art Gallery, London.
Japanese Photography in the 1970’s: Memories Frozen in Time Tokyo.
Metropolitan Museum of Photography.

 

  • 1990

Fotofest ‘90 Houston, Texas.
Artists Who Love Nature: from Barbizon School to Contemporary Photographers Green Museum, Osaka.
Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo.
Hokkaido Asahikawa Museum or Art, Hokkaido.
Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, Fukuoka.
Photography Context: Document, Toyama’90 Museum of Modern Art, Toyama.
Tokyo: A City Perspective Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo.
Foto Biennale Rotterdam '90 Rotterdam.
The past and the present of photography the National Museum of Modern Art
in Tokyo.

 

  • 1989

Eleven photographers from 1965 to 1975, The Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum.
Moriyama's series Hunter are shown in the exhibition.
Orientalism in Painting and Photographs, White Museum, World Design.
Expo’89, Nagoya, Aichi; Hiroshima Museum of Art, Hiroshima.
Daimaru Gallery, Osaka.
Tochigi Prefetural Museum of Fine Arts, Tochigi.
Hokkaido Museum of Art, Hakodate.
The museum of Modern Art, Shiga. The Shoto Museum of Art, Tokyo.
Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art.
Internationale Foto-Triennale Esslingen, Germany, as the only one representative from Japan.

 

  • 1988

Two persons exhibition (with Hiroshi Yamazaki) FOTO DAIDO, Tokyo.

 

  • 1987

Empathy: Contemporary Japanese Photographers ‘87, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester.

 

  • 1986

Fotografia Japonesa Contemporanea Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid.
Diputacion de Valencia Sala Parpallo, Valencia; Casa Elizalde, Barcelona.
Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Bilbao.
Shoji Ueda, Daido Moriyama and Fuyuki Hattori Zeit-foto salon, Tokyo.

 

  • 1985

Black Sun: The Eyes of Four Museum of Modern Art Oxford, Oxford.
Serpentine Gallery, London.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA, Museum of art, the university of Iowa, USA.
Japan House Gallery, New York.
Paris/ New York/ Tokyo Tsukuba Museum of Photography ’85, Ibaraki.

 

  • 1984

Contemporary 6 photographers by Polaroid 10x24 Seibu Art Museum, Tokyo.

 

  • 1983

Photography and Climatology Miyagi Museum of Art, Miyagi.

 

  • 1979

Japan: A Self-Portrait International Center of Photography, New York.
Venetia ’79 La Fotografia Venetia.
Japanese Photography 1948-today Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Bologna, Italy.


  • 1976

Neue Fotografie aus Japan Stadt Museum Graz, Graz; the Municipal Museum in Austria; Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart.

 

  • 1975

A History of Japanese Modern Photography Seibu Museum, Tokyo.


  • 1974

New Japanese Photography the Museum of Modern Art, New York; St. Louis Museum of Art;

Minneapolis Institute of Art; Winnipeg Art Gallery; Krannert Art Museum in the University of Illinois;

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The curators are Shoji Yamagishi and John Szarkowski.
From Photography/ Towards Photography Mat Grosso gallery, Tokyo.
Fifteen Photographers Today Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.

 

  • 1968

Pantomime (with Shin Yanagisawa), Ginza Nikon Salon, Tokyo.

 

 

PRIZES

 

  • 2004

Receives Der Kulturpreis (The Cultural Award) der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Photographie in November.


  • 2003

Receives Mainichi Art Award, January.


  • 1983

Receives the Photographer of the Year Award from the Photography Society, June.

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

  • 2010

Record No.14, Akio Nagasawa Publishing.
Nagisa, Akio Nagasawa Publishing.
Record No.15, Akio Nagasawa Publishing.

 

  • 2009

Record No.11, Akio Nagasawa Publishing.
Light & Shadow, Kodansha Ltd.
Record No.12, Akio nagasawa Publishing.
NORTHERN, Toshoshimbun.
NORTHERN PRESS, Miyanomori Art Museum, Sapporo.
BUENOS AIRES revised version, Kodansha Ltd.
SAO PAULO revised version, Kodansha Ltd.
Japan, A Photo Thereter - Magazine Works, Getsuyosha.
A Journey to something - Magazine Works, Getsuyosha.
Record No.13, Akio Nagasawa Publishing.

 

  • 2008

Record no.1-5 (revised), Akio Nagasawa Publishing.
ZOO, Power Shovel.
Record no.9, Akio Nagasawa Publishing.
S',Kodansha Ltd To another country, Asahi Shimbun Publications inc.
Record no.10, Akio Nagasawa Publishing.
Bye-bye polaroid, Taka Ishii Gallery.
Hokkaido, Rat Hole Gallery.

 

  • 2007

Record no.6, Akio Nagasawa Publishing, Tokyo.
The Tales of Tohno, revised version, Kobunsha, Tokyo.
Record no.7, Akio Nagasawa Publishing, Tokyo.
Solitude de l'oeil, Toluca Publishing, Paris.
KYOKU/Erotica, Asahi Shimbun Company, Tokyo.
Kagero & Colors, Powershovel, Tokyo.
Osaka plua, Getsuyousha, Tokyo.
Hawaii, Getsuyosha, Tokyo.
Record no.8, Akio Nagasawa Publishing, Tokyo.
Daido Moriyama Retrospective Since 1965, Editorial Rm Rio Panuko, Cologne, Germany.
Record no.6, Akio Nagasawa Publishing, Tokyo.
The Tales of Tohno, revised version, Kobunsha, Tokyo.
Record no.7, Akio Nagasawa Publishing, Tokyo.
SOLITUDE DE L'OLEIL, Toluca Publishing, Paris.
KYOKU/Erotica, Asahi Shimbun Company, Tokyo.

 

  • 2006

Farewell Photography, revised version, Power Shovel Books, Tokyo.
A Dialogue with Photography and from Photography/Towards Photography, revised version, Seikyusha, Tokyo.
Daido Moriyama Shinjuku 19xx-20xx, Codax Publishers, Zurich.
Lectures at noon/at night, Heibonsha, Tokyo.
it, Rat Hole, Tokyo.
t-82, Power Shovel Books, Tokyo.
Shinjuku Plus, Getsuyosha, Tokyo.

 

  • 2005

Moriyama/Shinjuku/Araki, Heibonsha.
Lettre à St. Lou, (revised version), Kawade Shobo Shinsha.
Takuno Sokyusha.
Buenos Aires, Kodansha press.
Aa, Kōya (with Shuji Terayama), Parco Publishing.

 

  • 2004

Memories of a Dog (essays in English version), Nazraeri Press.
Daido Moriyama Complete Works Vol.2/Vol.3/Vol.4, Daiwa Radiator.
To Nirvana and Back: Photo Album of Real Lear in Echigo -Tsumari, Gendaikikakushitsu Publishers.
NOVEMBRE, Getsuyousha Publishing.
ROUTE 16, eyesencia.
REMIXE, galerie kamel mannour.

 

  • 2003

Daido Moriyama Complete Works vol.1, Daiwa Radiator.
2002
Transit, eyesencia.
Shinjuku, Getsuyosha Publishing.
‘71-NY, Roth Horwitz.
Platform, Daiwa Radiator.

 

  • 2001

Places in My Memory (revised version), Kawade Shobo Shinsha.
Daido Moriyama 55, Phaidon Press.
Memories of a Dog, Final Chapter, (revised version), Tokyo.
The Japanese Box (Facsimile reprint of six rare photographic Publications of the Provoke era), Edition 7L/Steidl.

 

  • 2000

The past is always new, the future is always nostalgic, (essays and dialogue with Takuma Nakahira), Seikyu-sha.

 

  • 1999

COLOR 2, Sohkyu-sha.
Dream of the water, Sohkyu-sha.
Passage, Widse Publishing.
Visions of Japan: PARIS, Korinsha Press.


  • 1998

Fragments, Composite Press.
Memories of a dog: Final Chapter, The Asahi Shimbun.


  • 1997

Hunter: For Jack Kerouac, (reprinted), Taka Ishii Gallery.
Japanese Photographers Vol.37, Iwanami shoten.
OSAKA: Daido hysteric No.8, Hysteric Glamour.

 

  • 1995

A Dialogue with Photography, (revised version), Seikyusha.
From Photography / Towards Photography, Seikyusha.
Imitation, Taka Ishii Gallery.
The Times of the Dog, Sakuhinsha.
Japan, A Photo Theater, (revised version), Shinchosha.


  • 1994

Daido hysteric, no. 6, Hysteric Glamour.

 

  • 1993

Daido hysteric, no. 4, Hysteric Glamour.
Color, Sokyusha.

 

  • 1990

Lettre à St. Lou, Kawade Shobo Shinsha.

 

  • 1989

Moriyama Daido 1970-1979, Sokyusha.

 

  • 1987

A journey to Nakaji (Nakaji Yasui), Sokyusha.

 

  • 1985

A Dialogue with Photography, Seikyusha.

 

  • 1984

Places in My Memory: Memories of a Dog (essays), The Asahi Shimbun.

 

  • 1982

Light and Shadow, Tojusha.

 

  • 1978

Japan: A Photo Theater II, Asahi Sonorama co., Ltd.


  • 1976

The Tales of Tohno, Asahi Sonorama co., Ltd.

 

  • 1974

New York: Another Country, privately published.

 

  • 1972

Farewell Photography, Shashin Hyoronsha.
Hunter, Chuokoronsha Inc.
Mayfly, Haga shoten Document, privately published magazine, from July.
(continues to vol.5, June of 1973).
First, throw out verisimilitude, in collaboration with Michiaki Amano.

 

  • 1970

Takuma Nakahira, Takahiko Okada, Yutaka Takanashi, Koji Taki and Moriyama
Tabata shoten.

 

  • 1968

Japan: A Photo Theater, with texts by Shuji Terayama, Muromachi Shobo, July.