Record

Moriyama, Daido

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Inspi­red by Japa­ne­se pho­to­graph­ers, as well as by Wil­liam Klein’s semi­nal pho­to­gra­phy book on New York, Dai­do Moriy­a­ma moved from Osa­ka to Tokyo in the ear­ly six­ties to beco­me a pho­to­gra­pher. He beca­me the lea­ding expo­nent of a fier­ce new pho­to­gra­phic style that cor­re­spon­ded per­fect­ly to the abra­si­ve and inten­se cli­ma­te of Tokyo during a peri­od of gre­at soci­al uphea­val. Bet­ween June 1972 and July 1973 Moriy­a­ma pro­du­ced his own maga­zi­ne publi­ca­ti­on, Kiro­ku, which was then refer­red to as Record.

It beca­me a dia­ris­tic jour­nal of his work as it deve­lo­ped. Ten years ago, after a deca­des-long inter­val, he was able to resu­me publi­ca­ti­on of Record. Now this book collects work from all thir­ty published issu­es, edi­ted into a sin­gle sequence, punc­tua­ted by Moriyama’s own text as it appeared in the maga­zi­ne. Pro­du­ced at the magazine’s ori­gi­nal size, with an intro­duc­tion by Mark Hol­born, this volu­me fea­tures more than 200 works from throug­hout the magazine’s histo­ry.

It used to be assu­med that Moriyama’s pecu­li­ar­ly Japa­ne­se style was tied to his Tokyo roots. The evi­dence of the last ten years demons­tra­tes that Moriy­a­ma, a rest­less world tra­ve­ler, has been able to app­ly his uni­que visi­on to nort­hern Euro­pe; sou­thern Fran­ce; the cities of Flo­rence, Lon­don, Bar­ce­lo­na, Tai­pei, Hong Kong, New York, and Los Ange­les as well as the alleys of Osa­ka; the land­s­cape of Hok­kai­do; and Afgha­ni­stan.

EAN

9780500544662

ISBN

978-0-500-54466-2

Autor

Seitenzahl

424

Beschreibung

Englisch

Erscheinungsjahr

Größe

21,8 x 28,7 cm

Verlag

Einbandart

Herausgeber

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